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    February 3, 2013
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. ♪ >> it's the big day. hey there morning glory 6:00 on the dot. it is super bowl sunday i'm anna kooiman in for alisyn camerota. an american tragedy this
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morning to tell you about. the most decorated sniper in u.s. history. navy seal chris keil murdered. we look at the life and accomplishment of a true american hero. >> president barack obama extending olive branch to religious institutions making changes to the contraception mandate are they really accommodating or just gimmicks? we will hear from the president of a catholic university in just a little bit. >> and let's get ready to rum bible. we -- rumble. brian kilmeade live from new orleans superdome in just moments. he did a great job down there yesterday he will do a better job today because it is super bowl sunday. ifst ffsz begins right now.
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>> peter gabriel for you this morning. welcome in to "fox & friends" on this super bowl sunday. super bowl 47. san francisco 49ers vs. the baltimore ravens live from the big easy. >> you guys ready for some good bean dip and beer and wings later. >> bean dip? i'm a guacamole guy. >> i will send you recipe. my sister-in-law made buffalo wing sauce. she said i would almost these frozen it is so good. franks hot sauce. shredded chicken. >> i put that on everything. >> franks hot sauce. >> you future on anything. >> twinkies. >> put it on a shoe and it would taste good. >> brian did a great job in new orleans yesterday. i saw people tweeting pictures of bourbon street last night,
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you could not move in the french quarter last night. >> everybody was just standing still, right? >> you can't move. >> no cocktails no, reveling, no nothing. >> brian suspect early. hi, brian. >> how is it going, guys? >> i guess when the eagles don't get in and panthers don't get in you talk about clayton's dip on super bowl sunday. >> you guys are unbelievable. >> you are a giant's fan how do you do it. >> put it this way, i'm a professional. [ laughter ] >> i believe it's not whether brian kilmeade is happy. it's about the nation. it's a national day of celebration. >> very selfless of you. >> what do you have coming up today on the show? >> we have got michael vick is going to be here shortly, joe theseman is going to be here live. we will tell what you we did last night before going on fox report nfl honors. were second year they have done this. awards show that's growing. instead of putting it out on the ap and saying this guy is
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the mvp. they put on a major event. fantastic. a lot of celebrities mixing with all the players. they gave interviews and previews and they talked about what they were doing. meanwhile, there was a lot of tension when it came to who was going to get the mvp, the offensive player of the year and come back player of the year. peyton manning walked away with it. guess who presented? brett favre presented along with erin rogers two guys who didn't get along when they were playing because they were both competing for packer job. mvp which everybody wanted and worried about. it went to no doubt about it minnesota vikings running back adrian peterson, he was happy. >> i'm kind of speechless. this is amazing. you know, to join a great grouch legends is so inspiring. it feels good. >> i mean, this guy had his knee torn up.
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this time he was 6 weeks into what would be reconstructive knee surgery ends up 9 yards shy of the greatest season of any running back history. next year he won't be able to accept the award he is going to be playing in the super bowl with his teammates. 15 finalists, knocked it down to 10. when it was all said and done, seven made the final cut, warren sapp, jonathan ogden of the ravens. appropriate midfield to get the honor. bill parcells, larry allen of the dallas cowboys. the most emotional chris carter from the eagles and vikings. >> he didn't hear any names. >> it's the most amazing thing that's happened to me. if you look at my career and how it started for me to end up right here in this chair -- i mean, i'm sorry, this is the happiest dave my life. [ applause ]
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>> he went into the supplemental draft eagles because i screwed up a the ohio state. unable to fill out his college career but had a heck of a time with the eagles and vikings. meanwhile bill parcells after not getting it last year. you doctor accomplish a lot, you are in. two super bowls, 170 victories. revitalized the jets, the cowboys, the giants. i would even say dolphins let alone the new england patriots. guys left out of it, i don't know how you feel about it i really wish there was someone around to give kelly ripa a hug. michael strahan did not get in for some reason but warren sapp did. 15 years as super bowl all time season sack leader. says next year he will be in new york. maybe it's a blessing that he didn't get in this year. that's a quick look at what is happening last night for those that weren't partying on bourbon street. >> who just didn't get in at this hour. we will check back in with you brian. a lot of great news and great stuff coming up.
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>> i'm looking forward to michael vick coming up. as an eagles fan it's an interesting time in philadelphia sports right now. >> it reminds if you michael vick is on the show he is not in the super bowl. the eagles are not in it again. as brian said, next year it is going to be here in the meadowlands, the super bowl, freezing. it snowed last night and another snow storm tonight. more on the super bowl coming up. first this a big story we have been follow for you. fox news alert now for the sixth day. a 5-year-old boy in alabama remains locked in a bunker with a gunman who snatched him off of the school bus. >> that's right. elizabeth plan is in midland city, alabama with the very latest. good morning, what you can tell us? >> well, today is certainly a day for mourning as they lay to rest charles poland the man who protected those children. while we know the community is still waiting on baited breath for the safe return from that little boy. very little information from the sheriff's office.
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cancelled press conference. another one set for this morning. all eyes are on this man jimmie lee dykes. the sheriff's department tells us they are in constant communication with him. the little boy is being taken care of. meaning on this chilly morning there is heat inside of that underground bunker. is he getting coloring books and medication. as we know that bunker is stockpiled with god and other supplies. folks here really trying to stay strong. they are holding a prayer vigil every night right around 5:00 in the evening praying for that little boy. they hope he is brought home to his mother safely. listen here. >> my prayer is that there will be a miracle and that god will soften his heart. and he he will let [bleep] go and then he will spend the rest of his life locked up. >> meanwhile, the community is preparing to bearing one of their own. the funeral is set today at
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2:00 p.m. in lieu of holding the funeral at a church. hold at a local civic center. hold up to a thousand dollars. the population is 2300 which shows you the outpouring number of support and the people they expect to come in from all over the state of bam school bus procession during that funeral to show saturday? >> it's told. we don't know the level of heat in that bunker also for that poor child. it's a horrible situation. >> we have got to bring you a story about a american hero that has been killed. a friend of this show as well.
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chris keil. you may know him from his book american sniper but, man, this guy is a hero. 150 sniper kills in his line of duty. >> while he was serving in operation iraqi freedom he also survived being shot twice. at 8 years old his dad had given him his first gun. he had gone out and learned how to shoot. the most accurate sniper american history. when he left the army a few years ago. he devoted his life to helping those with ptsd. gold star families. he also worked with individuals to work to get them rehabilitated who had served our country admirablably. then yesterday he goes to a gun range about 50 miles away from dallas to help a marine. and this is where this thing turns tragic. a marine yesterday by the name of and we were just getting this information in overnight.
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it's still sketchy at this hour. eddie ray ralph was a marine suffering from ptsd we understand it. >> so chris is trying to help him. along with another friend. at a gun range as part of a therapeutic way of overcoming ptsd when reports are at this hour that this marine shoots chris and his friend in the back on the gun range. >> kills them both. >> kills them both. flees. a car chase ensues. police arrested this guy, this marine shortly after 9:00 p.m. last night. >> which is like anna. look at all sufficient raj this fran survived all these events. he was a friend of the show or was a friend of the show. in fact, wanted our friends at
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home brian reading from his book. >> listen to this. i have lived a literal meaning of the land of the free and home of the brave. it's not corny for me. i feel it in my heart. i feel it in my chest even at a bowl game. you love this country. >> dime that's one of my pet peeves going to the game or any event and the national anthem goes on and people refuse to remove their ball caps. you have to show respect that flag is red, white, and blue. the red stands for the blood the guys have spilled not just guys in iraq and bfing you a all through the history. you are not going out purposely trying to kill people and rack up numbers. you are going out to try to save americans. >> by saving americans he won two silver stars and five bronze stars. >> remarkable human being. as you saw brian kilmeade sitting down with him. a friend of the show. he has been in the studio and here at fox news a number of times. brian, when you and i were talking a little bit before the show and we went on the air. just a horrifying story.
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what was your feeling this morning when you heard this? we were able to interact with two navy seals last night they knew it before anyone else knew it. they are a close community. he said i can stand before god with a clear conscience about doing my job. i didn't get in this for the medals or the awards. it was something that needed to be done. it was honorable. i love the guys. one. legendary stories about chris kyle is is there was a bunch of insurgents heading this guy's direction. he took out the insurgents from 1.2 miles away and enabled an army convoy to get in unscathe because of chris keil's coolness and composure under pressure. >> thank you. unbelievable. more on this story as we learn more details about it at this hour. >> still some of this information is sketchy at best down there. about 50 miles south of dallas, texas. >> it's shocking. >> all right. 13 minutes after the hour now
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on this sunday morning. coming up, president barack obama blaming the ailing economy on bad decisions, he says in washington. but what about him? should the president continue to pass the blame or accept responsibility. a fair and balanced debate next. >> plus, who said cats don't like water? you, i thought. >> i did. >> this is a weird picture. >> what is going on here? this feline is making a big splash to shed some pounds. is he a little overweight so swimming to take it off. >> a live look from new orleans this morning. >> it's beautiful. back there in a few minutes. teaming with excitement. this is america.
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>> well, that was president barack obama in his weekly address defending the latest dismal economic data. so, should the president continue to pass the blame or accept responsibility? here to debate this, fox news contributor angela mcglowan and democratic strategist maxwell. angela, i will start with you. is this really fair for him for him to be pushing the blame on quote unquote washington when he has been in the white house for four years. >> that's president obama. that's what he does. they pass the buck. instead of taking responsibility. the same old same old. he will blame washington, d.c. isn't he a part of d.c. >> he is a part of d.c. he is not the only one there he can't pass laws. we are talking about an economic recovery. we need to be looking at the people that can actually pass law in order to get that. >> zerlina he can't pass laws when nancy pelosi was speaker. she enacted all of his proposals. that's the president. he has lobbists that go to
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capitol hill and propose legislation, but harry reid hasn't even passed a budget. >> zerlina i want to bring this up too. a graphic in january the unemployment rate ticked up up to 7.9%. how long is it going to take for americans really to start feeling fed up with all of this especially when they are starting to see less money in their paychecks because of this payroll tax. >> that is a real concern, right? so americans are continuing to feel the pain of the economic recovery being very slow. the bottom line is the bureau of economic analysis said the shrinking economy is a cause by a reduction in government spending. so the president is drying to say look we have to get stimulus into the economy. we need to get everyone back to work. that is caused by more spending not less spending. >> the democrats have proposed you cannot spend your way into prosperity. nor you can't tax people into prosperity. what you need to do is let the free markets take control. and basically in washington, d.c., we have bigger government. the president appointed 32
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czars. what are those czars doing? >> czars is just a shortening of their actual title which is normally long in the federal government. i think that bureau of economic analysis saying that the cause of the shrink damage is due to the reduction in spending that's something we need to look at. >> we have reduced spending. >> talking about they are happy to hear the president talking about the, period. angela, one thing you mentioned is that yes we have heard a lot about gun control lately. yes we have heard about immigration. is this a deflexion tactic? >> of course it is. the bottom line the president had four years before now to tackle immigration. why are we all the sudden talking about it now. gun control i can understand that but basically he had four years to do something about that as well. you have lost more people in chicago last year zerlina than in afghanistan. >> we have to leave it there. thanks for coming. in 20 minutes after the hour now on sunday morning.
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victory fate. what do the changes in the birth control mandated mean for religious institutions. we ask the president of a catholic university coming up. she didn't make it to the white house but does ann romney still have her eye set on washington? we have the details coming up. ♪
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>> we're going to try to ease you out of bed this morning. overnight, at least 15 people are dead after several homicide bombers attacked a police headquarters in northern iraq. some 90 others were hurt. one attacker drove a car
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packed with explosives into the building. while others on foot used machine guns and grenades. and could there soon be a romney in the u.s. senate? massachusetts republican said to be urging ann romney to run for the u.p.s. senate seat, secretary of state. john kerry. no word if she plans on running. guys? >> thank you, anna. a big shift for obama care. president obama making changes to the contraception mandate for some realm just groups. >> some being the operative word there not everyone is happy with these changes. jim tuohy is president of the ova maria university. opposing contraception mandate is currently in federal court. good to see you this morning. >> good to be with you. >> what did you think when you heard this on friday afternoon? >> just cheer disappointment. the administration blew it again. i hear the president this morning on your earlier segment talking about bad decisions made in washington and the ill effect of them. and here is another example.
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they went with the contraception mandate applied it to groups like university. spent a year amending regulations, come out friday afternoon again with mover the same. it's just disappointing. >> they call it an accommodation. what do you call this? other people say it's a gimmick. >> i call it more of the same because what they are doing, they have obviously established, you know, a new federal entitlesment, something like contraception stamps. so they have made this now available for free to all individuals -- all women in the country. and a lot of people are upset because it's asking us to violate our religious believes. our religious conscience to it participate in a program like this. the federal government wants to do this kind of expansion, this new entitlement, why involve religious organizations. so, the university and 43 other lawsuits out there are attacking this mandate and feel it's unconstitutional and wrong.
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>> where will this stand now because it seems obviously the lawsuit started before this concession if you will was made. where will this lawsuit stand now? >> the beckett fund that is representing us is in federal court in washington in the court of appeals right now. i think the judges are breathing down the obama administration's back because they are saying wait a minute, you said you were going to make some kind of accommodation and you are buying time. now you have the new proposed rule out there that's going to have another review and comment period that will get them into april. the clock is ticking and the new law take effects by august and by january 1st we are supposed to comply with this. we are waiting to hear from the catholic bishops and their knew view of this proposed regulation. can i tell you having worked in washington, this is, i think, a delay tactic and posturing for litigation and they are not seriously listening to the objections of individuals and groups, private employers as well as
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maria and others who feel this is is a violation of our religious. >> you are right. the clock 11 months here. let's say you don't get this done, will you refuse to accept this mandate? >> well, we're waiting to hear from the bishops and their take on it but my own view is nothing changed friday. when i look at what they came out with, 80 pages they spent a year and no new explanation for employers like this. they are trying to set up a knew bureaucracy that somehow separates the university and our health policy from what they want the contraceptive mandate to provide for our students, our employees. >> keep watching it. good luck to you, jim. thanks for being on the show. >> great to be with you, thank you. >> coming up, i vow not to
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sware. >> school asking no cursing pledge. >> the boys can still curse. >> the girls have the potty mouth apparently. this kitty, kitty, kitty isn't afraid to get her paws wet. the reason why she is stepping in the pool. yes, the reason coming up. >> and more from snow showers, we are live for super bowl 47 in the big easy. we'll be right back.
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♪ this kiss, ♪ this kiss. >> >> that's adorable. >> the football is bigger than the baby. >> they are down there playing. i guess that was at the convention center. getting ready for the big game. it must be incredible feeling to have your kids there. 1-year-old daughter down there in new orleans. it happened during a 15 minute super bowl walk through. the star runner made, sure to get some family time. in they have to do all the press coverage and all that other stuff. >> he tackled the mother who was watching from the sidelines. >> super bowl sunday over the past few years we have had some incredible super bowlsand l memories. of course you remember the giants famous catch. we decided we were going to put together some of our favorite super bowl memories. things we remember growing up
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the big moments. one of the first super bowls that i can remember watching, beginning to end because i was a huge bengals fan at the time and then i became a huge montana fan. i had posters up on my wall. 1988. the famous drive with three minutes left in the game. joe montana gets the ball after the bengals had scored. get three minutes and 20 seconds left. joe montana comes out to -- john candy up in the stands. the gravity of the situation to drive and win this game. he says hey, isn't that john candy up there and all the teammates look up into the stands why is joe montana talking about john candy. we're if to start this drive. they drove down the field and ended up winning the super bowl. incredible. >> mine goes way back to 1993 when i got to go to the super bowl and was covering it. i don't even remember why i was covering it but i'm right behind the end zone on the field when this happens. leon lett, one of the most
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famous -- he is coming right at me. is he going to score against the buffalo bills and see the buffalo bill there? knocks the ball out of his handen othe one yard line. >> was that the same season where leon also had that issue on the thanksgiving game and they're like oh no, leon let. >> i love how you have actual. >> halftime. >> yeah. >> 2004 when the term wardrobe malfunction was coined. and that was when janet jackson had the wardrobe malfunction. she was doing her little song and dance with justin timberlake at the end he said i'm going to you have naked by the end of this song. rips off what was supposed to be just the black leather part. there is. >> do we have video of that? >> hey, come on, come on. >> but my favorite part of all of this was the fallout from all of it.
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do you remember? it was nuts. and she only spoke about it one time janet did. she went on oprah and talk about it you know i wear my pasties, it was an accident. she took a lot of the blame for it and justin timberlake didn't take hardly any of the blame for it 50/50, it was partially her and partially me and she got a lot more blame. >> oh, what a boob. >> i liked the fallout. >> let's check in with brian at the super bowl. was it not a wardrobe malfunction? what was your favorite are. >> i think anna should go into more detail about the halftime it was more than your description of the moments from the game. >> true. >> i was there and it actually lasted longer it was kind of interesting. my moment because you saw my moment, mike, but you missed the meaning of that moment. leon let up by 50 points. and don b b knocks the ball out of their hands what did it
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tell. >> don't gloat. >> don't worry about the score of the game, you fight to the final whistle. i thought that was awesome. my moment one of the best super bowl i have ever seen as a giant fan that says a lot is when john elway's denver bronchos lost three super bowls already go in to stop the packers from going back to back. they didn't believe it and no one believed it until john elway himself said there is an opening, i'm turning back the clock. he gets spun around like a helicopter and show t. showed everybody this 37-year-old thinks we can win it we got to go win it for john. to me, that was the best super bowl. >> did they win it back to back then? didn't the bronchos come back the next year. >> the next year they went back and beat atlanta that was pretty tremendous. also here is big daddy, who saw so many super bowls actually knows these guys personally. rich, do you have a moment? >> you know what? i do. '07, being there and watching that tie recatch.
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>> giants against the patriots. >> giants against the patriots won. that was my favorite game ever. >> and you see tie recatch it on top of the head. >> see the catch and then be on the field. and be with all my clients. and buddies, and, you know, have everything falling on top of you. >> just add to that they were trying to complete an undefeated season and the giants stopped them at the end. >> absolutely. >> rich, last night, you went out for the last few nights and gave us an idea of what is happening in new orleans with the parties. >> a lot of things going on. a lot of players in. a lot of celebrities in town. everybody trying to to be in the mix of everything going on. >> here is what you are missing at new orleans. >> >> music, royalty, and beauty. how you can beat that? >> you can't ever beat the beauty. >> so far you can't beat it. >> hey, it's big daddy. it's been a big week of parties. the big game is here.
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we are going to go inside and see what's going on. check out all a will talent and see who is having fun. >> the playboy party here at the super bowl. look at this place, it's rocking, the ladies are everywhere. the bunnies are here. and i have got to go and party a little bit. first the playboy party. now the maxim party. does anything get better than this? we're at this great maxim party. you know, hot women, hot patrol. what else? >> hot women code patron that's like sack can i. >> i want all the attention on me i'm falling your lead. >> right now you have a fox
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mike in your hand you are definitely getting a lot of attention. >> this party is off the hook. hot women, patrol. what else do we need here? >> they have it. they have you on the mike. this party is official. >> i came to party. ♪ your girl looking at me ♪ >> hard hitting reporting there, rich. >> two parties we missed out on. this year not a ton of celebrities though. >> you know what? i was shocked the celebrities, the count was down. i don't know why. >> that was teal trying to get somewhere find another team to play on. >> or a tv show. he has a couple of opportunities there. >> michael strahan did not get in. he is one of your best friends. how did he take this. >> i haven't reached out to him. i was very disappointed. the positive is he gets in next year and he does it in front of all of us in front of
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his hometown. >> gets to go out at hallway hallway -- halftime. >> cold weather super bowl and how everybody feels about it you will be shocked what joe nemeth has to say. >> maria will give us the weather. >> good morning. good news for you guys it looks good over there nurelsna. much better than here in new york city. we are talking about 25 degrees right now in the city. it is very chilly start to the morning we actually had some snow last night and during the overnight hours. take a look at your first alert forecast in new orleans. even though it's in the dome. anyone doing any tailgating you are talking about sunshine, lower humidity, temperatures in the 60's. absolutely no complaints. beautiful day for the super bowl for any tailgating. before the game and, of course, if you are doing any partying after like we saw in your reporting. not expecting any rainfall. we will be seeing some places we will be seeing activity more additional snow and temperatures across places in the midwest. the great lakes, and the
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northeast will be cold enough for snow. those current temperatures on the next graphic will show you we will be seeing temperatures right now into the 20's across most of the northeast. single digits over in minneapolis. 11 degrees right now in chicago. it is frigid over there. 16 in the city of cleveland. you factor in the wind, and, of course, it feels even colder. keep that in mind. the southeast also dealing with pretty cool temperatures like in atlanta. currently 34 degrees. as we head into the afternoon hours, those high temperatures will be warming up a little bit across places in the northeast. and that's on the next graphic. southeast, looking at temperatures a little bit closer to normal and out west. we're talking about very quiet conditions and a beautiful day in phoenix. 70 degrees for your high temperature. beautiful in terms of your temperatures. 72 over in los angeles. 54 degrees forever -- for your high temperature. next map will show you as far as precipitation goes. there is area of low pressure in parts of the southwest bringing in rain in parts of arizona and parts of new
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mexico. take a look at that snowfall across portions of kentucky, tennessee, western parts of north carolina will be seeing part of that snowfall accumulating. guys in the studio, relatively light accumulation. we didn't get anything too bad here in new york city or the reps of the northeast. watch out for black ice as we will will be looking at some of that activity out here on the roadway. please drive carefully early there morning and have a great day. guys? >> thanks, that rhea. >> coming up on the show, terrorists attacks led by al qaeda. spreading like wildfire across the globe. are u.s. policies to blame? we'll talk to a u.s. navy seal team 6 is going to weigh in next on that. >> i vow not to sware? >> good, anna. about time. school asking female students to take a no cursing pledge. is this a double standard?
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only at the home depot, and only $31.98 a gallon. >> some quick headlines for u a catholic school in new jersey is clamping down on foul language among its student body. well, half of it anyway. administrators at queen of peace high school in north arlington asked all female students to take a no cursing pledge, no such demand has been made of the male students. a teacher who organized the campaign claims it's because the school wanted ladies to act like ladies. some students objected to this double standard. others said they are happy to oblige. most cats hate water. but one cat in virginia loves going for a swim. in fact, it's part of her weight loss regimen. 13-year-old holly weighs other 20 pounds way too much. each week she and her owner suit up to do some laps in
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hopes of shedding some pounds. only exercise holly will agree to. cats do like -- well, i give my cat a bath last night, clayton, it's hard to get the fur off my tongue though. >> oh o, he is going to be here all week, folks. thanks, mike. >> this wasn't terror attacks led by al qaeda spreading across the globe, in places like libyaened a al gear i can't. just this week intelligence officials confirm the u.s. is playing a new dream base to combat extremists in mali. are drones the best use here. joining with us his take on this is is author of seal team 6. memoirs of a form are navy seal minimumself howard wasdin welcome to the show. >> good to be here. >> on a sad sad morning. before we talk about the larger role of al qaeda in northern africa. we have got to get your take on chris keil who was
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tragically killed and those of our viewers just waking up this morning. one of the most accurate snipers in american history, a friend of "fox & friends" who was tragically murdered yesterday at a shooting range by a marine suffering from ptsd we understand again reports just coming in at this hour. you knew him. what does his loss mean to this country? he is an american responsible for killing people who want to do america harm. i have the utmost respect for him. my heart and prayers go out to his family. >> as you mentioned, one of the things he was good at is taking out insurgents and protecting american lives. we look at this more broadly now around the world. we see this rise in al qaeda. we had heard they are on the
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run. this is al qaeda 2.0 in areas of northern africa. is the administration doing this correctly by setting up drone bases? is that the answer answer. the intelligence you have seen specially by being on the ground? >> my take is and has always been, clayton, that we have to get the indigenous personnel to help us out with this. you have got to have people that want americans there. you have got to have the administration and hopefully this administration is backing up these new governments. these new regimes and propping up and helping them and assisting with that in doing so, endearing them to us and helping us win their hearts and minds and helping us combat terrorism. however, historically, this doesn't really bear out and mogadishu, somalia after we lost 18 friends we cut and run. i see no reason to believe that that clinton tactic has changed any more than attacks we are using now. that promotes recruitment. the way to defeat terrorism is
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to stop recruiting. make it not appealing. so, if these countries know that america is going to stick with them and an administration that is going to stand behind them instead of cutting and running that makes us more effective. what doesn't bode well for us, clayton, is when you have this former secretary of state yelling at the american congress and the american people indignant saying what difference does it make? well, -- >> we will have to leave it there. we would love to leave it there and tell you more broadly about this. more "fox & friends." just $49.9! that's up to 76 percent below online providers and only at officemax stores!
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>> here we go, just hours away from the big game, did you know it's not all about food and football. it's all about betting. >> the super bowl is the largest single day event for betting ever according to the nevada gaming control board.
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$93.9 million were wagered on last year's game. it is expected to climb even higher this year. a great guest with us. >> the ceo of pick nation.com. how are you steve? >> how are you guys. >> you have got to do your homework and not just bet willy-nilly. >> that's absolutely right. that's why a lot of people seek advice for the big game that's what we are here for. >> don't get over your head. i have done that in the past, steve. what do you mean by that? >> well, what people have to realize this is just one game. i know it's the final game, it's it the prom. it's the last dance you can't get overexcited and make up for a whole season worth of losses with one big bet in the big game. one game and you will have fun with it. >> tell us about. this you say you have to get that extra half point. you ought to spend the money on it because this is the best way to win. >> now the line moved to 4 points. four is a number that comes
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out a lot. grab an extra point buy it down to three and a half or four and a half. which side you like. you wouldn't do that during the course of the seasonal. being that it's the last game of the year. go ahead and take that extra half a point and give yourself the best chance to win. >> if you don't know what that means, don't bet, right? >> in years past, a lot of people bet on the first player to score. is that still the way to go? >> oh, sure. they bet on the national anthem over under, alicia keyes, 2 minutes and a seconds. i'm going under. i think she wants to get it done quickly especial isly after the beyonce fiasco she gets on and off as quickly as possible. >> what is the key to making it fun and not ruining your life. >> not betting over your head or getting caught up betting too much on the props. bet the first quarter, the second quarter, the third quarter. by the time you get to the end of the game. you lost all your money and the regular bet accident mean
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anything anymore. don't get crazy with the side bets. >> in one word who is going to win? >> 9ers. >> thank you steve. >> you got it, guys. >> well, just days before he heads out on the road to talk gun control. the white house releases this picture of president obama. so is he no longer gun shy? >> and if you are a snow bird, then you should pay more taxes. the proposal that is turning heads at the top of the hour coming right back. ♪
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♪ grew up in a small town and when the rain would fall down ♪ ♪ i'd just stare out my window ♪ ♪ dreaming of what could be and if i'd end up happy ♪ ♪ i would pray i could breakaway ♪ ♪ i'll spread my wings and i'll learn how to fly ♪ i'll do what it takes till i touch the sky ♪
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♪ i gotta make a wish, take a chance, make a change, and break away ♪ ♪ out of the darkness and into the sun ♪ ♪ i won't forget all the ones that i love ♪ ♪ i gotta take a risk, take a chance, make a change, and break away ♪ >> top of the morning to you, 7:00 on the dot now it is sunday. my alarm is going off. >> it's 7:00 on the dot. >> there we go. [ laughter ] >> that's embarrassing. i'm anna kooiman in for alisyn camerota. true american hero shot dead. we take a look at the life and accomplishments of the most decorated sniper in u.s. history navy seal chris kyle.
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>> shocking there. and president barack obama skeet shooting photos causing a stir this morning just days before he heads out on the road to talk about gun control. and now the nra is firing back about this pick. >> plus super bowl 47 kicking off in just hours our own brian kilmeade big easy talking about louisiana governor bobby jindal who is playing host today to all the people descending on his fair city. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ >> folks, we are just hours away from super bowl 47 when the san francisco 49ers. and the baltimore ravens he
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got a chance to sit down with bobby jindal. >> hey, brian. >> he was not in new orleans. he didn't spend much time here. he is busy being governor. we went to baton rouge to talk to him. what he wants to get out of this for the people of new orleans and the state of louisiana. he wants to give a message that this place is rebuilt, it's re-done and possibly better than ever. he also talked about how much hone will be flowing into the covers into this state which has not seen the super bowl since 2002. here is the governor. tenth super bowl. $400 million to the economy. visitors staying in hotels. buying products. here is what is even more important for me. i think that's wonderful and great to the economy. what's so important are to me is thousands of reporters reporting that new orleans and
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louisiana are open for business. one of the best benefits for us in addition to hosting this great game is that the entire world sees that new orleans and louisiana are open. we are rebuilding after the storm. we want people to come down here to have a great time to invest, to create jobs and to come and enjoy everything louisiana has got to offer. so it looks fantastic. they redid it. between the lights mercedes sponsoring if and helping rebuild it they got a brand new arena to play. in of course, attached to it is where the new orleans basketball team place. details about him taking on the president and taking on his own republican party. also talking about what his owns a expirations. that will be on "fox & friends" on monday. come up on this show, we just saw him in the green room. he is in the shower right now. getting ready for the show, joe thighs man. thighs theisman going s. going
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to be here live in 30 minutes -- big award from rg iii last great quarterback to play for washington since he he played for washington. that's all coming up here in our coverage outside the superdome because they won't let us in. >> i can understand it. >> because brian is manning the showers. that's very kind of you. before we let you go, brian. you showed us the superdome. are you bummed at all they are showing preference picking the ravens. see the colors on the outside look like baltimore colors. see no red. >> isn't that interesting? they claim to have picked the calories years before. a lot of ravens fans are saying it's god's sign they are expected to win today in honor of ray lewis and everybody else. we will see. there is a lot of purple out
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here. i wore a lot of purple yesterday and i'm not a raven. i'm not pulling for the ravens so to speak. i don't think you can lump them in. >> that purple sets off his eyes beautifully. >> yeah. >> thank you, bribe we will see you in just a bit. >> i would have felt better if anna said that if you don't mind, mike. >> the purple really brings out your ice. >> she can't even say it. >> 4 minutes after the hour now. we do need to get to your headlines this morning it is with great sadness we report the tragic death of american hero chris kyle the normer navy seal was killed along with another man at a gun range in texas. it's believed the two were fatally shot while helping another soldier who was recovering from ptsd. this is new video of the house where the suspect was found. we're hearing 25-year-old eddie ray ralph has been arraigned on two counts of capital murder. kyle wrote the best selling book measure sniper. he was the most lethal sniper in u.s. military history with
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more than 150 confirmed kills. he he also received multiple valor awards including two silver stars and five bronze stars. here is he on "fox & friends" just last year. >> listen to this. i have lived the literal meaning of the land of the free and the home of the brave. it's not corny for me. i feel it in my heart, in my chest, even at a ballgame. you love this country. >> i do. and that's one of my pet peeves going to a game or any and the national anthem comes on and people refuse to remove their ball caps. you have to show respect. that flag is red, white, and blue. the red stands for the blood the guys have spilled. not just the guys here in iraq and afghanistan. but all through the our history. you are not going out purposely to try to kill people and racking up numbers. you are going out to save americans. >> chris kyle was 38 years old. now we have the latest. we do have a fox news alert to let you know about. the hostage standoff in midland city, alabama entering its sixth day.
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police say they are still in constant contact jimmie lee dykes. the gunman who snatched the a-year-old boy off a school bus last week allegedly. meantime residents continue to offer prayers for the child's family and remain hopeful for his safe release. >> he is coming out. it may -- we don't know when. and we will never know why, probably. we were ever faced with this as a community, as a whole. you know, i'm sure we will never have an answer. but he is coming out. >> this morning, a funeral will be held for the bus driver dykes is accused of killing. charles poland was shot several times as he tried to save the children. >> panic on board a charter bus carrying dozens of high schoolers after it smashes into an overpass. the horrific crash happening last night in boston. at least 34 people were hurt. three of them seriously and one with life threatening injury. the bus was heading back to philadelphia after a visit to harvard university when it attempted to pass under a bridge.
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>> [inaudible] everybody was screaming. >> we were in the back and the -- >> police say the bus did not belong on the road. they are investigating whether charges are warranted against the driver who apparently did not see the height restriction sign. and if you are a snow bird, then you should pay more taxes? minnesota governor proposal turning heads this morning. his idea is to tax nonresidents on their income from stocks, bonds, capital gains and dividends if they spend at least 60 days in minnesota aer i don't. state revenue department won't say how many snow birds the new tax hike would hit, but it predicts the tax would raise $30 million over two years. and those are your headlines this super bowl sunday. >> florida saying, come on down here. you are going to tax them up
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there we will welcome with you open arms down here. >> picture tells a thousand words. here a picture getting a lot of buzz. being the sports fan that he is, president obama plans to watch tonight's super bowl. first, he will sit down for an interview. will it be in-depth? >> we'll find out. peter doocy joins us live from washington morning. more on how the president will celebrate the big game. hey, peter. >> hey, clayton, the first lady told rachel way this week, she thinks it will be a quiet super bowl this year. she is planning to make nachos and quack molly at home. meanwhile, politico is reporting that tonight's game time festivities at the white house will be a family affair. on friday press secretary jay carney said the president will be watching the game tonight with interest but he didn't have a whole lot of specifics beyond that. >> >> i don't know who will join him in watching the game. i know although his bears are not in it, he looks forward to the game, some interesting dynamics there, brother vs. brother. i think we all expect it to it
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be highly entertaining. >> first term president obama held a party with lawmakers from pennsylvania where the steelers play and arizona where the cardinals play. you see this photo shows the president watching the game very closely in the dark. congressman mike doyle a democrat from pennsylvania said the president didn't move the whole time. and he was quoted in the jody cantor book called the obamas with the details of that bipartisan party. there have been other profile super bowl parties. this year does appear to be more low key. even for us folks who were not invited to the white house to watch the ravens and 49ers tonight. we will get a chance to see the president on tv because scott pelly from super bowls news is going to interview the president at 4:30 this afternoon. i said if he had a son he
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would have to think long and hard before letting him play football. one final political note. the "l.a. times" did the math and pointed out that last year's super bowl drew 177 million people. that's about 50 million more than the number of people who voted in this year's presidential election. back to you in new york. >> all the people who vote for "american idol." priorities are way off. >> thank you, peter. now to this. because just before the president hits the road to talk gun control this week, you will recall the president in an interview mentioned when he goes up to camp david he loves the sport of hunting and he doesn't want to take guns away from law abiding gun owners and so forth and he he skeet shoots all the time when he is up at camp david. >> the press actually questioned jay carney on this. >> they said come on, really? >> even jessica from cnn say do you have a picture? they have now released this one. it's from august we are told. how do you think is he doing.
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>> you can see the trees there. he has got the eprotecters on so he doesn't blow out his ears and he is firing at these clay pigeons that he would like to do on a regular basis. it's a hobby that he has picked up over the past year since going up to camp david. >> well, the nra saw this and responded immediately saying. this one picture does not erase a lifetime of supporting every gun ban and every gun control scheme imaginable. there is the quote right there. >> that's a gross generalization of the president's position. the white house over the past four years has said that the president does not support all of these types of gun bans. >> you know, up at camp david, presidents skeet shoot a lot. there are a lot of presidents throughout the years. >> talking about the form that president obama has compared to some past presidents. let's take a look at some other presidents with their firearms. >> calvin coolidge, you will will be surprised that's not calvin coolidge that's president obama. teddy roosevelt a famous
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hunter. >> here is roosevelt. probably standing next to an elephant that he probably shot. there is teddy. fdr also up at camp david. >> learning how to skeet shoot. long line of presidents. including eick, of course. former supreme allied commander and president of the united states. >> jimmy carter. >> i think we have a photo of him at a gun show buying some guns. >> i remember that photo. >> h.w. bush coming up next. >> this is he as well. bill clinton i didn't take him much for a hunter or of a gatherer. >> what is this thing? how do you cock this thing? >> and g.w. he looks like is he ready to go. >> you certainly know the push clan, big fans of hunting, of course, karl rove goes out hunting on a regular basis. a lot of of the bush clan go out too. >> joe biden came forward he
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100 years ago today 16th amendment was ratified allowing congress to impose income tax on all americans. >> i was there. according to our next guest the tax code significantly changed over the past 100 years big time and not a good way. >> here to explain is senior tax policy curtis bay. thanks for being with us. before 100 years ago. in 1912 how did we pay for everything? >> there was custom taxes. but the main thing was there wasn't a whole lot of revenue coming into washington and the federal government was pretty install. once the income tax came into existence the size of the federal government was allowed to grow much much greater. we have the great big federal government we have today because income tax funds it. >> so the income tax a bad thing then? is tax policy and tax code, we always talk about this bloated tax code. we keep hearing how far it's massive and no one can make heads or tails of it it hurting small business and big business in this country. when you look at it 100 years ago, better or worse than it
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is today? >> it's much worse than it was when it first went into law. there is no doubt we need fundamental tax reform. doesn't look like there is much momentum for it in the next four years. i don't think we'll be having that what concerns me most is we are going to institute another broad tax value added tax or carbon tax that will lament in 100 years as we do the income tax today because it will allow the federal government to grow even ladies and gentlemen than it is right now. >> what was the highest percentage of tax and lowest. will we ever have a flat tax in this country? >> the highest was 91%. that was back as early as actually 1960. and we have been down to 28% at the end of the 1980s, after the 1986 tax reform. a flat tax is the goal that we would like to see. we have been for it for an lo time. i don't think we will see it in the near future it will be much better for the economy
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and the country. >> this notion that income tax, raising income tax rates, that's great for the economy, right? that's great for revenues in washington. that's not the case at all, actually. >> right, well, no matter how high the rate is going to get, 91% back in the 50s and 60's and 28% recently in the last 20 years or so, is still the income tax averages raising about 8%, 9% of gross domestic product. it infer can get more than that because people change their behavior. if rates get too high. they cut back on working, the economy grows slower. when rates are slower, they take on more risk, invest more and revenue comes. in income tax binds how much revenue can come into washington. that's why i'm fearful of another broad based income tax. >> have funnel at your 100-year-old birthday party today. sphnchts thank you. >> thanks, curtis, coming up on the show, keeping your home safe while you are not there details on how to keep
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it. >> there you are, 7:24 is the time. he is clayton, i'm anna. >> i can't believe i'm about to learn what i'm doing wrong here. criminals can be smarter than you think. how you can keep your home safe while you are away?
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who better to ask than a former burglar himself joining us now is walter shaw. he is the author of the book "license to steal." producer of the upcoming documentary genius on hold. walter, nice to see you this morning, welcome to the show. >> thank you. how are you? >> good. i'm very good. we will get to that newspaper thing in a second. one of the first things you say to do though is set up some timers at home. what do you mean and how can this prevent folks like former burglar like yourself from coming into a honchts what you want to do is appear that you are still there even though you are gone. the thing burglars do is track to you see what the activities are if your lights stay off or on all the time. when dusk comes you have got the lights coming off. and then early in the morning you make sure it goes back off. these are all tips to help you appear to still be there. >> right. walter, something that we deal with in this part of the country especially if it snows you really ought to ask your neighbor to go and walk
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through the area where they would walk toward the door or put some tire marks on the driveway? >> >> exactly. put the tire marks on the driveway snow off the front entrance do the same thing with the driveway. put tire marks there to make it look like the car went in the garage. don't make it so obvious. >> this ising my wife and i will do all the time. switch off the newspaper subscription. you don't want five or six newspapers pile up on the sphront door while you are gone that seemed like a clear sign. make sure the papers are picked um on a regular basis so they don't pile up. you have got to be able to have somebody there to do that for you. >> thieves are somehow figuring out that i'm canceling the subscription? >> yes. if they could tap into the
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cia, they could tap into subscriptions. everything is through the computer now and through your hand held telephone. >> we ought not tell penal we are going on vacation and don't share it over the internet, right? >> there is no reason to do that because people are much withing you. i mean, everybody is watching. why tell people where you are going. you know where you are going. when you get there that's one thing. to advertise you are going for one week, with it weeks, no reason to do that. >> some of these travel web sites, put them online. smart phone. keeps your whole itinerary there online you say avoid doing that why? >> because they are tracking you with the computers now. track all your travelocity stuff. little things which tracks you. like people when they have a lay their car they don't think about the stuff they leave in their glove compartment.
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author of jeepous on hold, walter thank you for joining us. great tips. >> thanks for having me. >> 7:27 now. coming up on "fox & friends." do you want to get in shape? put on your high heels, ladies, the workouts bound to keep you fit, that's next. back to the bayou where brian is standing by. who is that guy? joe theismann is here. not only does he know the game. he knows how to dress for the interview. is he smart enough to wear a sweater. he is wearing an o i'm not wearing a t-shirt. all i have is my chest hair. why am i the tough guy under a are the football player. >> i'm a quarterback. >> he is going to break down the game like nobody else. joe theismann life outside the super bowl. you can't pay for that event side. right, joe? >> absolutely. >> make up something ♪ we are the champions of the world. greek yogurt and whole gr. here we go. honey cornflakes and chunks of greek yogurt.
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>> hey e welcome back it to "fox & friends" on this almost valentine's day. you know, you are already lining up gifts for your loved ones, why not do something great for the troops as well. we love them as bake me a wish. i am telling you the rs world's best cakes you have already had. mike is already eating his cakes. red relevant vet cake. you order a cake online at bake me a wish.com. they mail an identical cake to some of our troops overseas. they get identical cake. they get a slice of home back there. they have the red relevant vet
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cake over there. they have the chocolate cake. their carrot cake is like one of the best cakes you will ever have. >> feed me. >> what you do is bake me a wish.com. posh of each cakes. >> all sorts of things over. >> >> it's not just doing something for your loved one but having a gift that really gives back. apparently chris chulo over there -- >> so you send it to your mom and send it to your loved one and they send identical cake to our troops. bake me a wish.com and get it in time for valentine's day. i'm taking this whole one, maria. taking a maria order down here. >> i like chocolate cake. >> chocolate coming right up. coming to you. >> preferably if you have a molten lava chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream on the side that would be amazing. tie want to talk about the weather in new york city it is a very compel start to your day. currently 25 degrees. you factor in this little
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breeze that's going on and it feels much colder so you really got to bundle up as we head outdoors today and those temperatures in new orleans for the super bowl looking much better. we are actually seeing them right now into the 50s as we head into the afternoon. indoors, people will be tailgating. temperatures in the 60's. a will the of sunshine. no rain in the forecast first alert forecast. as we temperatures down in the 50s. current temperatures across the country infantry, again, chilly in the northeast. westbound in the teens in chicago. single digits minneapolis 6 degrees. atlanta nice and cold as well. 34 degrees right now. southwestern section of the u.s. not too bad. los angeles, 60 degrees. 59 over in the city of phoenix. and as we take a look a as far as prescription goes. it's going to be a relatively quiet day. we are looking at more snow across portions of kentucky, parts of tennessee.
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western north carolina, we do actually have some winter storm warnings in effect out here because you are going to have some wind and some accumulation. not so bad in the studio. four inches maximum for some spots. >> thank you, maria. >> 7:34 is the time now. vice president joe biden says that the united states is open to direct talks with iran over its nuclear program. speaking at a security conference in germany, the vice president said the white house would be prepared to meet one on one but the responsibility lies with the iranian government to show they are ready to move forward. >> there is still time that offer stands but it must be real. and tangible. and there has to be an agenda that they are prepared to speak to. we are not just prepared to do it for the exercise. >> last month, just ahead of talks with the u.n. security council. iran announced that plans to accelerator enrichment of uranium that can be used in
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fuel react tores as well as nuclear warheads. the faa is is lagging behind on implementing new airline safety measures passed back in 2010. according to a government watchdog report. protests from airlines have delayed efforts to increase the amount of experience needed by a pile lot or to be a pilot rather, improve pilot training and create a database with pilot past performance records. the new laws stem from the airliner crash from buffalo back in 2009. that crash, which killed 50 people was blamed on pilot error. this is the one you are looking forward to. usually you slip off your heels when you get to -- when you want to work out, right? not anymore, folks. now a new trend around the country where women are slipping them right back on. heel hop or stiletto fitness is the latest workout trend ankles, legs, back muscles and we always use when we're wearing our heels anyway. of course, some experts warn if you wear heels too much you
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can get hurt. get that plan tar fasciitis. >> i have had that too. >> this is what i'm wearing today. that's a nice stiletto. that's why our own brian kilmeade had to stop wearing them because he got plan tar fasciitis,. >> i feel it works on my cavs but my toes get cramped. >> so you stopped it it? >> that's why our lockers are open. another guy another pair. >> back who hot yoga. let's break down the game. everyone is talking about ray lewis and all these ray rice and joe flacco. let's just talk about how this thing is going to play out about seven hours from now. >> brian, there are two very different football teams. the baltimore ravens are a team that love to go vertical. they love to go down the field and press the ball that way. joe flacco and the playoffs is averaging close to 10 yards a pass. not just a reception. and then the 49ers on the other hand they brought the
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right option. in unique aspect frank gore and then dropping back at it, that creates all kinds of problems. you have two very different styles. defensively, both very tough to be able to move the football again. >> you brought this interesting point up about which you used the term gimmicks. hot and cold. running shoe was hot. usually successful. let's talk about what you just said in there the right options. >> the right option is a unique concept what it does is is isolates the end man on line of scrimmage and linebackers. you have to make a decision whether you want to tackle the quarterback or go after the running back. then you add the element of collin capper knack being a good passer. not only do you run the running back into the line, if the end goes to tackle him you did like the green bay packers did against number 56. >> the packer could say not stop it the falcons did a better job. >> they did a better job. almost forces defenses to get a lot morva nil la. that's what every trend in
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novelty has done. forced the offense or the defense to get vanilla. the 46 defense that the bears won. it's interesting. most of the teams that have come in with these novelties have won championships. >> people are justified the next year copycat. i heard bill parcells talking. he says if i'm going against capper nic i hit him every play. maybe by the end of the fourth quarter he doesn't want to carry the ball again. >> it is a nice concept to say that you hit him. you want to wear the quarterback out. you almost has to assign someone to him. one on one basketball on the football field. somebody has to have the full back ivelgt somebody has to have the full back. you don't turn your back and run because he will take off and run. very interesting concept. i'm curious to see the light. it's a novelty because you are not going to see a lot of teams do it. you dent have the russell wilson and the capperknacks and rg 3's.
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>> i was kidding before. have you done this every year we have been at the super bowl starting starting with fox n 97. you gave me the ring to hold during the session and what do you do at the end? >> you give it back of course you do. >> prostate commercials that come on it's been great for you because the product works did has been great for other people. >> health standpoint. brings awareness for prostate for men over 60. if you are the staffing to get up to the age get up and go to the bathroom. all these things have happened in your life. we ignore the things that happen to us as we get orlando. i feel honored to be able to represent super beta. i take a product that works for me. it goes with the quality of my life. i appreciate that. i hope people do. because it has to do with your health. >> now, you personally, you are out and about now as more of -- we were just talking to scott here migrate preinterviewer when he does show up on time. we can't get a shot on camera
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it's going to cost us money because is he in a union. people always wanted to talk about super 17 the won that you won. do they want to talk about the one you lost. >> i remember the game against the radars when you lost super bowl 18. >> i said sorry, i have concussions i don't remember that but i actually do. all kidding aside of when comes to concussions it's a very serious problem we have in our league. both the league and player's association is working hard to make it a safer environment. i remember a lot more where super bowl 18 the one we lost than i do about super bowl 17 that we won. great to talk about the super bowl. all the stories like you mentioned were topics of conversation. this could be one of the all time great ones. >> hard to member. every game seems to have been going down to the wire. >> you are calling it for the international feed? >> we go to 146 different
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countries. about 120 of them in english. >> joe theismann, and guess what this means? we're out of time. >> thank you. >> i felt important for just that little bit in my life. >> you are always important. >> three important people. >> three wonderful people. look out for those high heel workouts. you don't want to hurt yourself. >> he is talking to you. >> calves look great. >> thanks brian great stuff. coming up on the show. remember this dress? fashion frenzy when kate middleton stepped out in it. >> i love that one. why you could be seeing more of it. >> and from a style icon to a fainting legend. we're honoring norman rockwell. a look at how he put american culture on to a canvas. >> it's his birthday. happy birthday norman.
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>> makes me feel good to look at that. one can't help but to feel warm and fuzzy. no one that could have translated american culture on a canvas like norman rockwell. no one did it like him. joining us now is the director of the norman rockwell museum up in massachusetts. lori. >> great to see you. >> great to be here. >> get started over there. because it snowed last night paintings. city and we had >> this is the village of stockbridge, massachusetts where norman rockwell lived the last 25 years of his life and where the norman rockwell museum is located. >> and then right no next to that i love the self-portrait. is that great or what with a
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pipe in his mouth. >> the self-portrait tells so many stories. most artists did make a self-portrait to record themselves which when you look on the evil -- easel you see the artist he admired. he makes a nod to the modernist painters van go who he also admired. >> what's behind you? >> behind she a picture that i think is emblematic what he stood for. great humanitarian painting the godden rule. in it he tells us do unto others as you would have them do unto you. all cultures and races and religions. >> is that him. >> he is not in the painting. that is a farmer that was a end from of his in vermont where he lived at the time. >> who is this over here. >> one of my favorites. you can almost taste the turkey. >> quintessential thanksgiving piece. done for a very serious purpose during world war ii to
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articulate president roosevelts four freedoms. freedom of speech, freedom from want. fear dom from fear and freedom to worship. these are the reasons america went into war to preserve these freedoms for people all over the world. >> he also made statements too, look at this. >> after he stopped working for the saturday evening post where he had done 321 magazine covers through the his lifetime went to work for look magazine. the subject matter changed greatly and he he started painting the current events of the day and did some very important civil rights movement paintings. this young girl is walking to school will protected by the u.s. marshals i want indicating the first elementary school in new orleans. ruby bridges is the young girl who inspired that painting. and this piece helped bridge the great divide and the difficult times that the country was going through at that time. >> that's for sure. >> and he he had a sense of
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humor, no question about it. check out super bowl sunday. >> super bowl sunday. we thought we had to end with a football piece. >> this is so much fun. part of the four seasons calendars and you see these boys just tumbling. norman rockwell painted somewhat auto by graphically in that he was not athletic. he loved to paint. one of the greatest artists of our time. he shows these boys having a great deal of time. >> he would have been 11. >> 119 today. >> now, is this exhibit -- i mean, these are duplicate of the real thing, of course. because traveling around the country? >> yes. we have an exhibition of our collection american chronicles traveling around the country. it's closing in sacramento, california today. it's going on to the new crystal bridges museum in arkansas. >> how do we know on our web site. >> wwwmrmorg. >> >> i love the self-portrait. 7:49 is the time now.
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>> thank you for spending your sunday morning with us here on "fox & friends." i'm anna kooiman. the time is 7:53 now. when fighting for our countries, many soldiers leave behind family friends and loved ones and neighbors and everybody else.
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one father/daughter duo's friendship stayed strong during deployment together in afghanistan. home safely and joining us now are army sergeant timothy layer son. 19-year-old army specialist katelyn layerson. good morning, guys. >> good morning. >> >> welcome back. what a story you two have to tell. this is so incredible. what made you guys decide to do this together? i know it is is a family tradition to serve in the military. >> it is a unique opportunity. i have been deployed previous year and our unit came up on deployment. and my wife shannon, she decided she would like me to go and i would like the opportunity to spend quality time as we like to say with katelyn. >> and katelyn, i know you were at a communications type role and timothy you are more of a military police type role. did your paths cross very often while you were there?
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>> daily we work together. >> and what was it like, you know, being able to serve with one another? i mean, that just has to really strengthen your bond now that you are back home, too, huh? >> i think it has. we saw each other every day. and i -- i look at her and she is still my daughter. i can still see her in pigtails and glasses when she wore them. i also got the opportunity to see her as a soldier carrying a weapon and doing her job. >> katelyn, can i tell just how proud your dad is of you. how do you feel about serving your family and being welcomed home by the community because they really wrap their arms around you, care packages and waiving the american flag. >> yes, they did. the care packages were definitely nice. they kept us going. the welcome home was beautiful. there have were lots of people
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it was nice to have him over there. very comforting to look over and see him. i wouldn't take it back. >> i really imagine, you know, sometimes you would experience fear and he he would be able to be there. and to comfort you. how does it feel to be able to serve next to your father like this when a lot of girls, while they are even considering going into the military, they might be embarrassed of their dad or something like that. but not you. how does it feel to be able to be searching right next to him. >> it's nice. i have always looked up to him. joining the military was -- he was a big part of this. military has been in our family he he is a respectable person. everybody loves him, everybody knows him. it's nice to follow behind him. >> will you guys serve again? >> we will continue. we're in the same unit in the reserves. so we'll be together for a little while. >> what a story. and thank you very much for your service from all of us
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here at "fox & friends." >> thank you. >> have a great day. 7:56 the time now. gun battle ladies and gentlemenning on in washington. what can we expect as president obama hits the road this week to tout his gun control plan? chris wallace at the top of the hour. and then a decades old power plant gone in just seconds. a whole lot more "fox & friends" coming up in just a bit. male announcer ] how do you make america's favorite recipes? just begin with america's favorite soups. bring out chicken broccoli alfredo. or best-ever meatloaf. go to campbellskitchen.com for recipes, plus a valuable coupon. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. humans. even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why at liberty mutual insurance, auto policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what else comes standard
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missed the mark chris wallace is here to weigh in. >> super bowl sunday not only about the big game but also about the commercials. this ad may have sparked the soda wars and it's now being pulled. is this fair? a soda stream ad being pulled. we report. you decide. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. >> welcome to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. mike jerrick in this morning. anna kooiman in for alisyn camerota. i'm clayton morris. we start with a tragic story out of texas. we are still getting word and information in to our fox news newsroom this morning exactly what happened. as anna was mentioning off the top of the show one of the most decorated and most accurate snipers in american history and a friend of "fox & friends" and this network chris kyle was murdered at a charity event down there
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yesterday afternoon trying to help a fellow marine who was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. this is what he has done with the rest of his life after getting out of the service, helping others who were still dealing with pstd. >> this former marine he is trying to help is 50 miles south of dallas is a guy he is trying to help him out. this guy is 25 years old. apparently when chris turned his back, he was shot in the back and there was another man, too, also killed, shot in the back. they were at a firing range, gun rake south of dallas. >> it's just absolutely heart breaking for america in general. this chris kyle guy, he could be an action hero for that matter. he recorded more than 150 sniper kills. the most decorated u.s. military person in history for snipers. he also had two silver stars. five bronze stars. two navy and marine corps achievement medals and a navy and marine corps accommodation
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as well. >> yeah, my gosh. to be shot in the back at a gun range in texas, after all the things he survived in his life, especially when he was serving overseas? he was shot twice. >> six ied attacks he survived as well. >> he is the best selling author of american sniper which detailed his four tours in iraq. and you recall he famously punched out jessie ventura for allegedly defaming a fallen navy seal. he says being unpatriotic. you know, of course we said a friend of the show and chris kyle was here on "fox & friends." spoke to our own brian kilmeade just last year. listen to him. >> listen to this. i have lived the literal meaning of the land of the free and home of the brave. it's not corny for me. i feel it in my heart. i feel it in my chest. even at a ballgame. you love this country. >> i do. that's one of my pet peeves going to a game or any event in the national anthem comes on and people refuse to remove their ball caps.
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you have to show respect. that flag is red, white, and blue and the red stands for the blood the guys have spilled. not just the guys here in iraq, afghanistan. and all through our history. you are not going tout purposefully just trying to kill people and rack up numbers. you are going out to save americans. >> i spoke to harold wasnin earlier. you could tell, holding back tears. here is a guy who knew chris well. he himself a former navy seal had this to say about chris kyle. listen. >> on a super bowl sunday, i want everybody in america to realize that chris kyle is a real american hero. is he not some athlete getting paid millions of dollars to go play a game. he is an american responsible for killing over 150 people who want to do america harm. he spent 10 years as a sniper doing my old job and i have got the utmost respect for him. and my heart and prayers go out to his family. >> and we do want to know too, the suspect in this case has been taken into
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custody. his name is eddie ray ralph. again there are reports he was suffering post-traumatic stress and that chris kyle was trying to help him. >> he was there as part of this therapy session and brian kilmeade who sat down with chris kyle a short time ago here on our set, brian, you and i were talking before the show just a horrible horrible story and unbelievable as this was unfolding. >> right. 25-year-old marine was actually trying to get away and they had a mini chase. they were able to get him, apprehend him and he he is in custody at this hour. we know that chris kyle was working on another book that was going to be released it was done. he wrote the doctrinal for snipers. special forces doctrine for snipers. that came through loud and clear. and he survived now: he has two kids and a wife. his career outside of the military was just kicking into gear. he wondered what he was going to do. i also remember chris saying that he tried to get into the military. and they turned him down because he has got pins in his elbow or his shoulder from a rodeo accident. then they called him back and
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said all right, we will take you back, pins and all. and he ended up having this 10-year spectacular career. he also said to me he said it's not about the medals, it's all about the guys. and he says every guy that he took out, that he saved an american when he took out a terrorist. i also thought it was interesting to point out that he could hit from over a mile away. so he was able to stop convoys in its tracks. he was known as the devil by insurgents in ramadi. they would get these comments from insurgents saying who is this guy that keeps killing all our guys? it was him. that's one of the greatest compliments you could have given him that the enemy feared him. and he really was surprised by, my feeling, my words, not his, but he seemed stunned by the success of his book. he had no idea that his book would resonate so much with measures. and at least we know he was appreciated and he got some gratitude for everything he sacrificed. including his two war wounds when he released the american
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sniper. >> brian, working with these golden star families, of course, trying to help after getting out of the service, and actually trying to help people suffering from prost traumatic stress and getting back to civilian life and going through therapy sessions with these families, right, brian? >> there is going to be a story to be told about a 25-year-old marine suffering from ptsd and part of his therapy is bringing him out to the range. only to get shot in the back like you do. guy like him camey and savvy, he totally trusted this guy. what went down? are are we doing enough? the bigger picture and this will be weeks from now. are we doing enough for people with ptsd. 22 in an average month take their own life. now this -- in this case he took the life of an american hero. >> you are absolutely right about the broader picture. we heard the chuck hagel hearings not one mention of this. talking about veterans and these issues. and one of the biggest issues facing veterans in this country right now.
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i hope we hear more about it we will check in with brian who is at the super bowl. more stories that brian is covering for us in just a moment. >> this peer-to-peer counseling they are doing has become quite popular tough information to be handing to you this morning. another bit of tough information be handing to you this morning hostage drama involving that 5-year-old child in alabama still going at this hour. >> oh my gosh. liz is still in alabama for us. hi, liz. >> yes, it has been an emotional roller coaster for folks here in midland city. it's hard to believe that little boy is being held hostage only blocks from our location in fact right over my left-hand shoulder is where is he being held. jim i didn't lee dykes we are hoping to learn more at a press conference scheduled at 9:00 a.m. local. we are seeing these ribbons pop up all over town in remembrance of not only the bus driver, charles albert
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poland, jr., but also that little boy's school colors. these ribbons line his elementary school not far from where we are now. we know the community is holding a number of prayer vigils every night. we're seeing them at low churches and gazebos. we are praying for his safe return. here is what one neighbor told us? >> my prayer is that is there will be a miracle and that god will soften his heart and he will let [bleep] go. and then he will spend the rest of his life locked up. >> that funeral service we told you about for mr. poland will be held at 2:00 p.m. local told. in lieu of having it at a church they are having it at a local civic center. they expect thousands to show. only 2300 people who live in this community but they expect people to come in from all over the state to honor that man who gave his life for some of these children.
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back to you guys. >> elizabeth plan for us as well. we will will be following more of that on fox news channel. >> rest of your headlines this sunday morning. panic on board a charter bus carrying dozens of high schoolers after it crashes into an overpass. the horrific accident happening last night in boston. at least 34 people were hurt, including one with life-threatening injuries. the bus was heading back to philadelphia after a visit to harvard university. >> bridge, and i open my eyes and everyone was screaming. >> we're in the back. and the back of the bus came in to the back of the seat. >> yikes. police have been interviewing the bus driver who apparently did not see the low clearance warning signs. and we're learning this morning that three of suspects are nau in custody in connection with with the deadly u.s. embassy bomb out of turkey. two of the men were arrested in ankara. third in istanbul are accused
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of helping this man to sneak into turkey to carry out the attack that left a turkish guard death dead and three others hurt. strached with enough explosions to take down a three story building. 40-year-old spent few years in prison but released in 2001 because of a brain condition. also this morning in a matter of seconds a power plant is reduce just to a power rubble. [explosions] >> you are looking at a controlled implosion of a power plant in california. 300 pounds of explosives were used to take down that bad boy. that's been closed since 2010. the plan is to turn the site into a public park. >> it will look a lot nicer, won't it? more bad news for drivers. you are now paying more to fill up your tank than ever before this time of year. national average price of gasoline posted its biggest one day increase in 23 months
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on friday, rising four cents to 3.46 cents a gallon. according to a.a.a. it's gone up 4% this past week. and analysts warn that it could go even higher guys. those are your headlines. >> you you have got it. moving on here. coming up. this ad pulled for from airing during the super bowl tonight because its explicit. can you think the content of this ad. by that we mean it went after two iconic soda brands, coke and pepsi. coke and pepsi are mad. >> they're mad at soda stream. we will tell you about that ridiculous story. president obama's skeet shooting photos causing a stir. just days before he heads out on the road to talk gun control. chris wallace is going to weigh in on this gun debate. and the president's skeet shooting coming up. look what mommy is having.
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>> welcome back to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. you know what you are going to do after you watch this show "fox news sunday." debate over gun violence heating um in washington. the president said to take his plan on the road. what does that mean for the future of gun control. >> hi chris wallace, good to see you. >> hi, guys, how are you? >> first off what did you think of that picture on the front of the "new york post" today with the president skeet shooting up at camp david? >> well, it's everywhere. and obviously it only adds to the debate. we will be having exclusive interview at the want to hour with wayne lap peer. the head of the nra. chief spokesman for gun owners in this country. and we will ask him about it
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we will also be talking about mark kelly who is, of course, the former astronaut and the husband of gabriel giffords. the congresswoman talk about the murder of chris kyle at the gun range. american sniper. the prospects for what is or isn't going to get passed. we will try to get into the substance of some of the issues. does an assault weapons ban work? what about a universal background check? those kinds of things. >> the president hitting the road as you mentioned and to try to sell, this i guess, to the american people more broadly you have your very finger on the pulse in washington, d.c., chris. what do you suspect among those four or five different parts of this bill. will they be broken up? will it be all one lump sum?
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what do you do you think? >> well, i'm not sure how it will go legislatively. in terms of what i think will pass, clearly the assault weapons ban has the toughest road to go. in fact, over the weekend, vice president biden is leading the effort for the white house was quoted as saying he doesn't care as much about the assault weapons ban as he does about these high capacity magazines that hold 30 rounds or 100 rounds. so it sounds like they realize that the white house, that the assault weapons ban is going to be very tough to pass. i think a better chance for some limit on the size of these g theelsz high capacity magazines the best chance i think and we will be asking wayne lappier and wayne kelly about it is some expansion and maybe even a universal background check. the idea that you would have to, no matter whether it's a registered dealer or a gun show or a private sale. you would have to go through a background check to make sure that you didn't have a mental health history or a record of a criminal record. >> chris, we have got to wrap it up. i want to ask you real quick, are these laws or parts of it
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anyway, do you feel like it's a little bit symbolic in a sense? because vice president biden also quoted saying that he is not certain that these new gun laws would stop another huge massacre from happening. >> well, i think what he really was saying was we can't guarantee. even if you pass this law, were to stop every case. i don't think he is saying they would not have any impact in every case. you take quickly the case of gabriel giffords, the man who shot her had a gun with 33 rounds in it. he fired the 33 rounds, every one of them hit a person. either multiple times or just once and it was only when he had to reload, to take out the one magazine and put in the other, that's when they got him. all right. chris. we will be watching. >> you bet. busy morning over there. coming up here on the show, victory or fate? what do the changes in the contraception mandate mean for religious institutions? we will ask father john about that coming up. >> today is not only the day
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for the big game. you will also get a sneak peek at some of the upcoming blockbusters, kevin mccarthy is here next with movie guide. >> like iron man ', baby. i can't wait.
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>> all right. today is the day for the big game and for some big blockbusters, movie studios have splurged for some high profile tv spots to preview their latest film.
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i'm super excited about this. what can you expect to see today? >> clayton might explode during this interview. here to give us a sneak peek kevin mccarthy. good to see you. iron man 3, huh? >> hey, i cannot wait. super bowl ads are upwards of $4 million for 30 second spot which is justified considering last year was the television's history's most watched broadcast in the history of television. 100.4 million average viewers. iron man 3. i have to mention this. i kind of miss the surprise of not knowing what spots are going to air. i have to admit that i do go online and i do watch all the spots. i watch them every time. iron man 3, i cannot wait, robert downie jr. jon favreau is not back to direct. this the first two did over $1 billion. they can obviously afford a super bowl ad. i have to say this is my geek out movie of the year. i cannot wait to see this. we have a teaser spot that tees the super bowl ad. you are going to see tonight.
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check out this spot right here. >> ♪ [explosion] >> i love, kevin, that we have a teaser now for an ad, which is a tease. >> i'm crying nerd tears. clayton i know you are with me on that. i cannot wait to see that. >> i'm super excited for iron man 3. it looks darker. ben kingsly on it i'm super excited because j.j. saved the star trek franchise. new film coming out as well. >> this is the ad i'm most excited about it's interactive ad. go on smart phone and download an app. star trek into the darkness app. what the deal with this when you are watching the gym during the second quarter when the spot comes on, you click a but ton on the app. and the app. will actually listen to the spot from your television and help you unlock exclusive star trek content?
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sounds like too much work to me. >> i cannot wait to see that j.j. abe bramtion is back. i cannot wait to see. he signed on to direct the new star wars episode 7. this comes out on may 17th with a new star trek. check out othe spots tonight during the super bowl. >> this is what i am looking forward to fast and furious 6. van diesel, baby. >> i'm 100% with you on that. guilty pleasure. the first five movies made over $1.5 billion in the box office. they can clearically support an 8-million-dollar 60 second super bowl ad. this is actually the trailer debut. we haven't seen any footage from this film yet. what you will see the footage tonight during the fast and fewer yufs. >> i understand they have fast cars in that when i think tonto i think johnny depp. >> well, i'm excited about lone ranger now. this spot is actually going to air in the pregame show. it's a 90 second spot.
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and it stars army hammer as well who is playing the lone ranger. army hammer was actually the guy who played the two twins in the social network. he played both of them. i'm excited about that. that spot airs tonight in the pregame show along with world war z which is the new brad pitt zombie movie. we have a clip of the teaser for the spot airing for lone ranger. check this out. >> if we ride together, if we ride for justice. >> justice is what i seek can imosab. >> ♪ ♪ there you go. lone ranger. you mentioned world war z. i saw some of that in a trailer a little earlier crazy little zombie movie out but also oz, so a new wizard of oz film too. >> sam ramey behind it did the
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spider man trilogy. this particular film is a prewe'll to the classic 1939 film. we have james franco. michelle williams. it looks absolutely stunning from the previews we have seen so far. gorgeous visual effects. and that movie comes out on march 8th. i'm sitting down with the cast in a couple of weeks. we will have interviews here on "fox & friends." >> no place like home. >> we will get you out of here. we know you have got to go and get ready for all of this. a trailer for superman? >> honestly i haired we are not going to get a man of steel trailer i'm upset by this. >> i'm bummed by that. >> maybe they will sneak it in there. i heard there is no man of steel trailer. i'm going to be doing back flips in my. >> too many super heros. >> there is never enough if you get word text me. >> i don't have your number buy but i will will try to text you. thank you so much, kevin. >> check out all the stuff at nerd tears.com. coming up on the show, i vow not to swear, a school asking
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>> all right. welcome back to "fox & friends." here is some outrage for you. we saw this story this morning. we couldn't believe it, right? coke and pepsi buy ads on cbs for the super bowl. they always do those back and forth ads. this year soda stream. you know the company, saves you money. make your own soda at home. buy it at target and other places. i love it i drink it all the time. >> put all different flavors. in different colors. >> they created a super bowl ad. cbs said we are not going to air it because we don't want to offend coke and pepsi, our sponsors we decided you know what? they are not going to show it? we will show it to you. take that cbs. here is the ad they don't want you to see. watch this. >> ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> with soda stream, we could have saved 500 million bottles on game day alone. >> the ad they don't want you to see. you see it right here you know what though, guys? you have made it. if you have enough money to buy a super bowl ad in the first place which apparently they did, this soda stream thing son the up. >> if you follow what's been going on with their lawsuit with the dish hopper and, of course, what they are dealing with with c net and telling them editorially not pick that as the best in show out at the consumers electronics show. look that up and google that whole story. >> soda stream is still going to get an ad. run where of their older ones where coke and pepsi isn't blowing up in.
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>> i try to take the other side? >> i'm mr. cbs. [ laughter ] >> well, i mean, pepsi and coca cola buy so many ads in the super bowl, you know, it's kind of a slap in the face to the coke and pepsi people who give us so much money, i would rather not run that one add. >> how are you ever going to be able to pull yourself up by your own boot straps and ever become a coke or a pepsi? >> this is america. >> i'm going to shave a slides dale then,. >> the budweiser people. >> we don't want to know about your personal life. >> i'm going to cut a tail off sr. something. >> why can't cbs just say hey we don't get involved the ads are running wear not getting involved in the winners or losers. it's up to you. >> it's different if it's a little charged something that is going to be porn graphic?
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>> also i'm very lazy, too it. do you make your own soda clayton at home. >> seltsa water at home. >> would you do that? >> i don't think so. no time and also isn't soda not healthy for you guys? >> i drink the carbonated water. >> that's why he has gas. [ laughter ] >> t.m.i. too much information. i want to talk about the weather out here because, you guys it, is a cold morning in new york city. currently 24 degrees. you factor in a little bit of a breeze, and it feels so much colder here in, no. as we head westbound temperatures even colder in cleveland. 16 right now. 4 degrees in the city of minneapolis. left of center in the northeast a pretty start to your day right now atlanta 35 and 37 trees is your current temperature in the city of raleigh, north carolina. again, these are current temperatures.
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not your current wind chill temperatures. this isn't what it feels like it. feels even colder out here. otherwise, as far as that cold air when it goes over the great lakes. we are going to be seeing some snowfall downwind of the great lakes. lake-effect snow warnings in northwestern, pennsylvania and also part of new york state. further south we have snowfall in places like northern virginia where temperatures are god enough to see that snow. all the bay up through the importance of west virginia. we have advisories and arranges. not that much. one of the reasons we are seeing is we do have that i understand areas not used to seeing snowfall. georgia winter storm warning. 4 inches in new york city. you are not going to be seeing a winter storm warning in effect. relatively quiet. as far as high temperatures today how warm it going to
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get. 33 would be high temperature in new york city. and the teens in the minneapolis. and otherwise new orleans, big day out there. 68 degrees for your high in that city. guys? >> perfect weather to the game. >> your lip gloss is going to freeze. >> thanks, maria. 8:37 is your time right now on your super bowl sunday. a stad ten highland mother who voon issue inned while on solo were in turkey has been found dead. found near ancient walls in poor neighborhood of istanbul. she reportedly was stabbed and had a head injury. the mother of 2 was last heard of from january 21st. the day she was supposed to return to new york. it is unclear if they are suspects or witnesses. also this morning, a catholic school in new jersey is clamping down on foul language among its student body. well, half of it anyway.
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administrators at queen of peace high school in north arlington want all female students to take a no cursing pledge. no such demand has been made of the male student. a teach his or her organized the campaign claims it's because the school wanted ladies to ability like ladies. how do you feel about that? ben affleck winning the top honor from his peers at the director's guild of america awards for are a go. >> good for him. >> if you are going to to do this, you have got it do it. >> great film. it's the third time in the dga's 65 year history that the award has gone to a film maker who is not also up for best director at the academy awards. >> the show is actually directed by a racist monkey "fox & friends." >> and hosted by him, too. >> well, it was only a matter of time before people started demanding kate middleton's
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pregnancy style and now her famous engagement dress has been remade for moms to be. blossom mother and child is selling the isa. >> is a fire. >> it's is a fire blue. -- sach fire dress sapphire. they say it can be worn during pregnancy and also after. those are your headlines. >> the show is also written by. >> wait a second. i'm out of focus now the rest of the show. >> makes fun of the director and that's what's going to happen. you have a soft glow you do look better. >> coming up on the show president obama extending olive branch to religious institutions making changes to the contraceptive mandate. are they accommodating or gimmicks. father john weighs in on that. do you lay in pedestrian
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browsing the internet on your ipad. may want to stop. that is a bad story for your health. that story is coming up. >> depends on what you are browsing. >> brian kilmeade and big time super bowl preview. we'll be right back. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit.nest, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and see your doctor right away
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the blue and white end of the spectrum. that's true of actually any of electric trn nic devices. even baby monitors, anything. so any of that stuff you want to make sure you are not using before bed. >> i thought it was just all the sirens in midtown manhattan that was keeping me awake. >> the white house offering compromise on federal mandate regarding contraception. we had to ensure that women have access to preventative services like contraception and that the policy also will bees religious beliefs. those guidelines, those criteria have been follow followed by the department in promulgating this rule, this proposed rule. >> devil in the details while the proposal allows nonprofit religious employers to opt out. it will not apply to private sector firms with religious objections so what does the change really mean for faith based institutions? >> let's ask fox news religion
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contributor father jonathan morris who is here to weigh in on this. controversial this news came out friday afternoon when they were hoping maybe not a lot of people were paying attention to it, super bowl weekend, friday afternoon. what do you make of. this they have made it so confusing. there is over 70 pages of explanation. an explanation of something that should be very simple. for example, if i'm okay michigan and i don't believe in going to war, would the government need 70 pages to explain to the country what amish groups do have the exemption, don't have the exemption. they have made this unbelievably complicated, full of accounting gimmicks as well. the bishops of the united states, the catholic bishops for example said we are waiting to figure out what it means. they don't understand it. they are going to extreme levels to make sure that they are satisfying the planned parenthood lobby and others who want to make sure this is what they are going to get.
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>> we want to go ahead and mention some of the details and cut through a bit of the clutter. nonprofit religious employers will be able to opt out of the obama care mandate but insurers coverages both standard birth control and items like the morning after pill. the those organizations are are still going to be on the line and have to be part of the process. >> right. we know forever sure that those for profit companies who have many employees who don't feel that according to their conscience they can be paying for these things. they are not exempt at all. we say okay, churches are exempt and some, we don't even know how many now. some increased number of nonprofit organizations, religion jugs organizations are exempt. certainly no private sector organizations are exempt. but, you know, here is the point. the united states of america has always held he sang crow sang sang co-sangt conscious
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inspection there is compelling reason for the state. someone is dying and the state says no, you actually have to give them some health services. they are dying, but to come in and say this is such a compelling motivation for our cifer tri to make sure there is no co-pay for the day after pill. >> the guy who owns hobby lobby, so against this morally, ethically, just does not want to do this, what's going to happen to this guy? >> he has to pay $100 a day for every single employee. >> that's right. >> $100 a day fine. why is the government. >> over a million dollars a day. >> why is the government so interested in making sure that only a few people, only some people. only if you are sufficiently religious you get an exemption? why? >> it should be up to the government to let you know who is sufficiently religious. >> good news in my opinion it's good news but it's fact
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that 11 out of 15 cases that have been brought before federal and appeal courts against obama care have been approved. >> 11 out of 15? >> 11 out of 15. >> father great, great seeing you on. >> next week i'm going to propose to everyone a lynn ton 2013 challenge. lent of is coming up. put it on facebook or twitter. announce it how to live for easter better. lenten challenge 2013. >> thank you, father. coming up on the show the nfl seeing a surgeon in the number of head injuries. so could concussions kill football in america? we're going to go to new orleans with brian kilmeade. is he live there this super bowl sunday. we're going to dive into that a little bit more. ♪ why don't you hit me with the best shot. ♪ hit me with your best shot ♪ fire away. to build next ? that's the question.
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>> if you want to know about the super bowl and i know you do. next guest. very few road blocks, okay i died. gary, super bowls, the author of coaching confidential. and actually worked to your advantages as bill parcells goes to the hall of fame. welcome back. >> thank you very much, brian. >> jim gray one of the finest sports reporters and anchors in america. covered how many super bowls? >> i have lost count. i'm not sure. >> you are over 30 as well. when we talk about the hype building up to the game. what stood out for you for from deer antlers to ray lewis' retirement. what do you think stands out this week of hype? >> you know, brian, there has been so little buzz about the game itself, probably less than any of these super bowls
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ever covered. because like you mentioned, you had the deer antler spray true. >> look back because i was away. evidently some type of ointment or extract that helps you heal quicker nfl has banned. 124r has been reports about ray lewis and that. he has denied it and resented being asked about it that was early part of the week that dominated the news. the interviews you did with the harbaughs and that family. i don't think that's burnt out. i can't get enough of that story. >> it's interesting. and, you know, we have never had this. we have had it with serena and venus williams. the plot thickened when the all of us learned that jim son's jay is an intern for his uncle john now. noted only do we have brother against brother we have father against son. >> what about the father football coach don't worry
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about me. is he a football coach. is he saying we're so happy and his mom is so pumped up. i thought that their real life characters actually helped sell the story. let's do something that hasn't deny done. let's talk about the game. are we going to see the ravens, patriots second half when we see the baltimore ravens or are we going to see a team that lost 1.4 games in a row during the regular season, gary? >> i think they have turned it around at the end of the regular season. season against the giants where they seemed to have found an identity. relying a lot more on joe flacco to win these games. he has elevated his play in the playoffs. you are right. they didn't open up the offense until the second half against the patriots. they are fortunate because in the first half of that game the patriots have tremendous field position and didn't take advantage of it and they could have built up a big lead. >> flipping back and forth on how this thing is going to play out. what do you think. >> i think it's all to cappernic all this guy who had poise in first nine starts. ran for 189 yards against the
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green bay packers. came next week rallied his team from down 17 in atlanta. really accurate. really calm? or is the big day going to get to him? i mean, are we seeing the birth of tom brady because there are so many similarities? he is starting just in his tenth game in his second year just like brady he replaced a guy who had injuries. they were both drafted in baseball. are we seeing the beginning of something really, really special? i. >> i know you say you are not great at predicting games. you did go out on a limb in my radio show. are you sticking with your same prediction? >> yeah. you put me on the hot spot there. the day after the championship game on radio. and i picked the 97ers, 29-24. because i'm consistent i'm sticking with it. >> we can watch you jim -- listen to you on dial global network; is that correct? >> dial global area network. we will have the pregame. tom brady and larry fitzgerald will join me pregame at halftime. >> these guys are so important. big time players seek out
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good sunday morning to you. it is the 3rd of february, 2013. i'm anna kooiman. we start with the fox news alert. the death of an american hero, the most decorated sniper in american history. navy seal chris kyle murdered. we have all the latest details as they come in, plus we'll take a look at his life and all of his accomplishments. and critics are crying foul over this lette picture of the president skeet shooting. did the white house miss the mark by releasing this in the midst of the country's heated debate. we report, you decide. >> i think they are upset because they called them
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skeeters. don't call them that. then it turns out failure is an option. a teacher and mother of two said it's time to let our kids slip up and learn from it. fail forward, perhaps. she'll be here to explain this. "fox & friends" hour four stars right now. ♪ >> that's how i've gotten ahead in life, clayton, messing up. how do you learn. >> you dust off your knees and get up. that's how you learn. >> if you're constantly being praised and h you never learn hw to learn from your mistakes, you can't learn. we'll talk to her coming up later in the show. anna kooiman is here. i love her, the great ann anna kooiman. i'm clayton morris. a horrible story out of the texas. we're still waiting and getting more information about an american tragedy. a navy seal and one of the most decorated sniper in american
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history, chris kyle, friend of this show and this network, was murdered at a charity event there yesterday at a gun range. he was there helping a fellow marine who was suffering from ptsd when, according to reports, he had his back to this marine. this marine ended up firing on him, killing him and another gentleman who was there with him at the firing range. >> we're told the suspect has indeed been taken into custody. that suspect's name, eddie ray rouse, and this is just -- this is really a huge loss for america as a whole. this guy recorded 150 sniper kills. that's the most in the united states military history. >> look at all of his awards. two silver stars, five bronze stars, two navy and marin marins achievement medals. in iraq he survived being shot twice over there, he ends up dying in texas by being shot in the back? >> he goes through four tours in iraq.
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>> yeah. fiewrfour tours. he wrote the best selling book, american sniper. as brine talked abou brian talk, it was unexpected that the book would do so well and became a treasure in the country. he famously punched out jesse ventura. he defamed a fallen navy seal and said it was unpatriotic. that lawsuit was continuing and set to go to trial i believe in august of this year. of course, now that is not going to happen. >> i know. >> patriotism to chris kyle, very, very real. we mentioned that he was a friend of "fox & friends", and we want to let you watch this clip of him appearing on the show. >> listen to this. i've lived the literal meaning of the land of the free and the home of the brave. it's not corner kor knee for mel it in my heart and my chest. >> you love this country. >> i do. that's one of my pet peeves going to the game and any event
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and the national anthem comes on and people refuse to remove their ball caps. you have to show respect. that flag is red, white, and blue, and that red stands for the blood guys have spilled, not just guys in afghanistan and iraq. you're not going out purposely to kill people and rack up numbers, you're going out to save americans. >> insurgents feared him. from a mile and a half away he could pick them off one by one, he with an incredible sniper skill that he had, was truly an american treasure. we have a fellow colleague of his and comrade, really, a comrade in arms, a former navy seal himself on the show this morning talking about what a loss this is for this country. >> on a super bowl sunday, i want everybody in america to realize that chris kyle is a real american hero. he's not some athlete getting paid millions of dollars to go play a game. he's an american
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responsible for killing over 150 people who wanted to do america harm. he spent ten years as a sniper doing my old job, and i've got the utmost respect for him and my heart and prayers go out to his family. >> this is in a remote location which is why trying to get some information about exactly who this guy was, this marine who ended up taking the life of chris kyle and this other gentleman, it happened at rough creek lodge which is a shooting range where the charity event was happening in glennrose, texas, 50 miles from dallas, when the police chase then ensued following the shooting. police ended up apprehending him about 9 p.m. last night after he fled the scene. >> gosh, you know. i got a tweet about it last night. it was shocking, isn't it? the navy seals all around the world started tweeting about it. incredityup icredity upset. i remember chris almost didn't make it to the service because he liked rode yoarks you know, riding broncos and stuff like that, and he messed up his shoulder and his elbow. almost wasn't allowed to be in
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the service. >> because of the pins and needles. >> but he was so good at being a sniper, we've gotta ha have y. >> think about how many american lives he potentially saved. this is such a tragedy, and to you know, fall this way at the hands allegedly of a former marine who he was trying to help. >> senseless. >> it is. five minutes after the hour. we need to get to the rest of your headlines on this super bowl sunday. another fox news alert. the hostage standoff in midland city, alabama entering its sixth day, but police say they are still in constant contact with jimmy lee dykes, the gunman, who allegedly snatched the 5-year-old boy off a school bus last week. in meantime, residents continue to offer prayers for the child's family and remain hopeful for a safe release. >> he's coming out. we don't know when, and we won't ever know why, probably, we were ever faced with this as a community, as a whole, you know. i'm sure we'll never have an answer, but he's coming out.
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>> this morning a funeral will be held for the bus driver dykes is accused of killing. charles poland was shot several times as he was trying to save the children. and panic on board a charter bus carrying dozens of high schoolers after it crashes into an overpass. the accident happened last night in boston. at least 34 people were hurt, including one with life-threatening injuries. the bus was heading back to philadelphia after a visit to harvard university. >> we were going under a bridge, and i opened my eyes and everybody was screaming. >> we were in the back, and the bathroom in the back of the bus came into the back of the seats. >> police have been interviewing the bus driver who apparently did not see those low clearance warning cypress that were posted. if you're a snow bird, you should pay more taxes? what? minnesota governor mark dayton's proposal is turning heads this morning. his idea is to tax non-residents on their income from stocks and bonds if they spend at least 60
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days in minnesota a year. the state revenue department won't say how many snow birds the new tax would hit, but it predicts the tax would raise some $30 million over two years. those are your headlines. >> hey, anna. last night in new orleans apparently they had kind of the academy awards of football. they gave out a bunch of awards. >> they did indeed. we're just hours away from super bowl xlvii when the 9ers take on the ravens. the stars came out last night, and the hall of fame induction ceremony. >> yeah. our very own brin brine brian s live from new orleans. how did we do with the accent. >> reporter: very impressive. first of all, we've got to talk about they're doing something. they use to come out in a press release. player of the year, the mvp of the year. they said let's make this an award show and they did last night. we were there at the red car at thcarpet,talked to the who's whf
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football. got an opinion on what they think will happen today. when it came to giving back the awards, the come back player was given by two guys who used to be rivals, brett farve and aaron rodgers. peyton manning had some fun with that. when it came to the mvp, it was adrian peterson. how happy was he? >> this is amazing, you know. just to join an elite group of legends that have been before me and mow separating me is so in-- motivating me is so inspiring, man. it feels good. >> reporter: meanwhile, peyton manning went up there. did not get the mvp. many thought he would. adrian peterson got offensive player of the year. he got comeback player of the year. >> great to see the two of them up there talking football. i feel pretty confident me and
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andrew luck will be up here presented this award up here one day together. >> and andrew luck replaced him with the colts. meanwhile, the hall of fame took place simultaneously. we were able to tape it through the magic of these tape machines that we have at fox. they're enormous and big and effective. the hall of fame induck tees were 15, they knocked it to enit. in the end it's a class of seven. warren sap of tampa as well as the oakland raiders, ontha jonag ogden. bill parcells, and then you have larry allen of the cowboys. the most emotional, chris carter of the vikings and eagles. >> it's the most amazing thing that's happened to me. if you look at my career and how it started, for me to end up in this chair, i mean, i'm sorry, but, i mean, this is the happiest day of my life.
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>> he had some problems coming out of college and he also did not get off to the greatest start with the eagles, but man, did he soar with the vikings, fourth in all time receptions. thought he would get in last year. he's in this year. that's a quick look at what happened last night. from here on in, we talk about what's happening this afternoon. >> thank you so much, brian. we'll check with you later at the super bowl. an update now on that soda stream ad story we brought you. that thing has been watched over two million times on youtube which saved them basically the $4 million in advertising that cbs could have gotten from them. it's been watched on youtube thanks to them. >> that's only so far. wait until after the game. >> i bet it will be way higher than that. >> take that. >> yeah. all right. we need your opinion. victory over faith. what do the changes in the contraception mandate really mean for religious institutions? we hear from the president of a catholic university. and then president obama pledging to protect the
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back to lyndon johnson in the '60s, are they actually preventing people from getting the help they really need? >> joining us now is the author and founder of the center for urban renewal and education, star parker. good morning, thanks for being with us. >> good morning. good to be here. >> you say although there were great intentions back in the 1960s with lyndon johnson, the president that we have currently has just gotten things out of hand. >> well, when we even question the intentions, we have to say do we want to be a nation of dependency? it isn't a matter of just makers and takers when you talk about our entitlement programs, social security and medicare. we have to exclude medicaid from this discussion because medicaid is a transfer system. the people that are paying the benefit are not the ones that are receiving the benefit, but with social security and medicare, what we've done is we've developed out a dependency where our seniors are dependent on current workers. current worker workers pay for e
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retirees. what's happened with that pyramid turning upside down is we're more dependent on government transferring wealth from one generation to the other, so when you ask the at question are people that really need helping getting the help they need? the answer is no. when these programs were designed, they were to make sure that people would not be poor when they retire. what we have now is a system that is just a redistribution of wealth. >> so do you think entitlements sap initiatives >> they absolutely do. it's one of the reasons that people on the right call for personal retirement accounts because when you look at the way the system is designed, let's just be clear. this is what the american people understand. they really think that they're paying into a trust fund. their name is on that trust fund. it's like an insurance policy, and when they retire, they're going to get as not what the sy, and the supreme court has ruled twice that it's simply a tax that congress can change at any time. that's why we're starting to hear about means testing which
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is a welfare-designed program. we're starting to hear about moving retirement age which will exclude many poor people from even receiving what they've paid into it, so yes, it is a very complicated problem that we've gotten ourselves into whe. when we started, we had 16 workerworkers for every retiree. now we have almost two. we may as well take care of our own seniors, our own parents. yes, it needs to be rededesigned. >> let's look at how entitlements have been growing over the first term. back in 2009 you see medicare, $430.1 billion versus in 2012, $484.5 billion. >> look at the medicaid and social security numbers as well. star, i mean, what's the solution? there are people who need help. >> the solution is exactly what was said under george w. bush, that we should begin and what is also being said from paul ryan. we should begin to take those
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that are healthy and young out of this particular type of environment and put them in one that has more personal gain, one that has an ira attached and/or a 401k. we should have have a transfer payment built -- we should not have a transfer payment built upon a design to retire seniors. 10,000 people a day turn 65. that's why those numbers are at the levels that they are right now. >> all right, star parker. thanks so much for your time today. 19 minutes after the hour. the future of fisheries at risk because of new government regulations. is there anything that can be done to keep it afloat? a commercial fisherman who will soon feel the impact joins us coming up. and if you want your child to grow, let him or her fail. that advice coming from a teacher and a mother of two children. she's here to explain right after the break. ♪
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>> $4 million is how much companies shelled out for a 30-second ad. over 100 million people will tune in to see the new ads like this one from last year's game. the next 1.2 billion dollars, that's the number of chicken wings that will be eaten this weekend by mike alone. that number satellite dow slighm last year because of chicken costs. 50 million, that's how many cases of beer will be consumed today mostly by clayton and a little by anna.
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for more on that, let's go to clayton. >> briet, you're at brian, you'. it turns out failure is an option for your kids. the next guest is a parent and teacher. jessica leahy is a mother of two and a teacher in new hampshire. jessica. nice to see you this morning. >> nice to see you. >> we were having an interesting discussion about the way in which we connect with our kids and i think there has been this tendency over the past generation to encourage kids so much that we never let them fail at all. >> right. well, encourage them so much and don't let them experience disappointment. we love our kids. we just don't want them to feel sad. we don't want them to feel hurt, so we tend to not let them deal with the consequences of failing and making mistakes. >> before we dive into some specifics on how to turn this around, what are the con consequences of never letting kids fail. thick about a great president like abraham lincoln.
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think about how many times he failed. it was disappointment after disappointment after disappointment and then he gets elected to congress and then, of course, the presidency. >> picture this. picture abraham lincoln makes a mistake. he does something wrong. instead of having to deal with himself, a parent comes in, steps in him for him and says no, no, no honey, we'll take care of this. what you're telling your kid when you do that is i don't think you're capable of handling this yourself. i don't have confidence in you that you're a big enough person to handle this yourself, so i'll take care of it for you. we think that's helping them, but really what it does is undermine their confidence. >> we also praise kids so much. >> right. >> we praise them so much so that they don't want to take risks with their lives because they don't feel that if they -- if we keep thel telling them yoa genius, they won't take a risks in other areas of their life. >> that's also external. i mean, what we want them to do is to say i feel good about what i just did. i don't need people to tell me that i'm great every time i turn around. >> so some of the tips to actually turn some of this around, to let your kids fail, learn now not, later. what do you mean? >> school is a fantastic place
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to fail, and i teach middle school, and it's a great spot for kids to, for example, if they make a mistake, if they cheat on something or they're mean to another kid. if we hold them accountable in middle school, the stakes are lower. they don't have to deal with the fact that later on -- if they learn it in middle school, they don't have to make a mistake in college, lose a job, get kicked out of school later on. >> go to prison. >> right. exactly. >> trust your teacher. that's an important thing. i mean, we're always sticking up for teachers, but they know how to disappoint a child properly. >> what i mean is trust the educational process a little more before you step in and take over. i think teachers are there because they really want kids to succeed. they want kids to learn and become better people. if we step in i and co opt the whole process before waiting to see if our kids can handle it, it undermines the whole process. it can wreck a relationship with a teacher. >> let your children take the
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reins. what do you mean? >> i try to teach my students to come to me and talk to me if they have a problem. i really prefer i if the kids ce and talk to me than if their parents e-mail or call me and say my kid left her homework at home, can you give her an extra day. generally i say no, i'd really like if your daughter came to talk to me about that first because she needs to stand up for herself. we're trying to teach themself advocacy. >> thanks. coming up on the show, an accommodation or a gimmick. we have the very latest on this mandate for contraceptions for obama care. we'll dive into the specifics of that. plus, we're headed back to new orleans where brian is standing by. what's coming up? >> well, i'll tell you what. everyone is talking about the helmet keeping players safe. the players are suing the nfl. they're wondering are these helmets making the game safer. could it be kevlar in every
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single nfl helmet like it is with the rams and most of the steelers? we'll find out if this could be the answer to the long term success of the football player at every level when we're joined by the guys from unequal.
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welcome back. it's a shot of the morning. who will win the super bowl tonight? residents manatees at the mote marine laboratory in sarasota, florida say the ravens. buffett has selected the correct team every year for the past five years. >> that's manatee? >> wow. that is a little bit better than punxsutawney phil's record of under 40% accuracy. >> there you go. hugh has only been right three times. i love the name hugh, especially when it's followed by manatee. do you get it, hugh manatee? >> i just got it. thank you. 9:32 is the time. we do have some headlines to get to and some rough stories to tell you about. the pakistani school girl shot in the head by the taliban is now recovering after her final surgery in england. doctors say she is in stable condition and is awake talking to staff and members of her family. the 15-year-old was attacked in october while standing up for equal education rights.
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as the president gets ready to take his gun control plans on the road, the white house releasing this picture of him skeet shooting at camp david. the president looking to gain support for a ban on assault weapons. "fox news sunday" hosts chris wallace said it's another part of the president's proposal that has the best chance of passing. some kind of expansion and possibly even a universal background check. you'd have to go through a background check to make sure that you didn't have a mental health history or a record o, a criminal record. >> the president will be in minneapolis tomorrow pushing his gun control policy. and president obama making changes to his birth control mandate. now some religiously affiliated groups will be able to opt out. the white house announcing the amendment on friday but not everybody's happy. critics say after a year of listening to people's concerns, the changes don't offer any new exemptions for employers. >> this is just, i think, a delay tactic and posturing for
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litigation, and they're not seriously listening to the objections of individuals and groups, private employers as well as ave maria and others that feel this is a violation of our religious conscience. i'm disappointed. >> catholic groups say they'll wait to hear from the bishops on the changes. as of now, their lawsuits will remain in federal court. the faa is lagging behind on implementing new airline safety measures passed back in 2010. according to a government watch dog report, protests from airlines have delayed efforts to increase the amount of experience needed to be a pilot and improve pilot training and create a database with pilots' past performance records. the new law stems from the airliner crash in buffalo back in 2009. that crash killed 50 people and was blamed by pilot error. those are your headlines on your super bowl sunday. >> thank you so much, anna. let's check in with maria molina on the super bowl sunday
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weather. >> good morning, everyone. if you live in new york city, it's definitely a very chilly start to your morning out here. we're talking about a current temperature right now at 24 degrees, but the issue is you factor in the breeze, and it feels even colder than that. in many areas it will feel colder than what the temperatures read. in cleveland, 17 degrees for your current temperature. factor in a couple degrees colder than that for your wind chill temperatures. 14 in chicago. in minneapolis, currently in the single digits, three degrees out there. otherwise, the southeast a chilly start for you as well. in raleigh, north carolina and also in atlanta you're looking at a current temperature at 40 degrees. now, as we get some of that colder air moving over the great lakes, we're actually talking about lake-effect snowfall across western portions of michigan, parts of upstate new york and northwestern pennsylvania, a couple inches of accumulation forecast, greater amounts across portions of upstate new york with more than seven inches of snow forecast, but, of course, that's not too bad for you guys out there around the buffalo area and also parts of syracuse where you're used to dealing with the snowfall.
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oafersotherwise, further south, northern portions of georgia, tennessee, western north carolina we have winter storm warnings in effect out here. anywhere between 1 to 4 inches of snow. the next graphic will actually show you those warnings, and you'll be looking at some pretty strong wind gusts. if you're doing any driving out here across the mountains or even some of the lower elevations, please be safe. they're talking about a bit of snow that could coat the roadways and produce slippery conditions. as far as how warm it's going to get, your high temperatures across the country, not too warm across the northeast. but it is february. it's supposed to be cold. 33 for your high temperature in new york city, and expecting a high at 20 over in cleveland. back to you guys in the studio. >> all right. thanks, maria. >> thank you very much. being the sports fan that he is, president obama has a super sunday planned for super bowl. first, he'll sit down for an in-depth interview. that's before the game, about 4:30 eastern time. >> yeah. >> so we're going to toss it out
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to peter doocy who joins us live from washington with more on all this. so what are people saying we're going to be getting out of this interview? >> reporter: anna, we're hearing that this year the president's plans for the super bowl are a lot more low key than his first few super bowls in the white house. politico is reporting that tonight's festivities will be a family affair and the first lady told rachael ray as much this week, revealing only that the president would have his favorite snack for the ravens-49ers game, nachos and guacamole. a few years back, the president had a big bi-partisan bash with lawmakers from the states where the steelers and the cardinals played. we jody cantor was riding her book, the obamas, she spoke to mike doyle who told her that president obama didn't really move throughout the whole party. he just sat there and watched the game like in that picture that you just saw. now, on friday, press secretary jay carney over at white house did not have many more specifics for us about this evening's
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plans. >> i don't know who will join him in watching the game. i know although his bears are not in it, he looks forward to the game, you know. some interesting dynamics there, brother versus brother. i think we all expect it to be highly entertaining. >> reporter: this afternoon president obama will speak to scott pelly from cbs news for a pregame interviewing coming a little more than a week after the president was quoted as saying that if he had a son, he would have to think long and hard before letting him play football. one final political note really quick. the l.a. times did the math and pointed out that last year's super bowl had 177 million viewers and that is about 50 million more than the number of people who voted in this year's presidential election. back to you guys in new york. >> that will tell you something. >> i think that record will get broken with this one. >> this is going to be a big, big deal. two brothers playing, and our own brian kilmeade who you just saw there is going to be talking
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more about this because you know, this is exactly what we're talking about with the president and talking about would he let his own sons play football. i think that's something that is a new day and age and we're seeing all these head injuries in the nfl. brian kilmeade down there in new orleans, about to address this subject because this is something the nfl is having to grapple with, right, brian? >> reporter: kevlar, protects our soldiers, our police officers we hope from bullets and explosions. it's often bulky and unwieldy. now one company is using that same material to help fight concussions and other injuries in football. joining us right now is unequal technology ceo rob vito. you've begu been on the last few years talking about using kevlar in a sandwich to make it lighter and more effective. what's going on with the helmet now? >> well, let me help you. this is the latest development in helmet technology. the original technology is to have six pads. now we've developed what's called the gyro, and it fits in, and it enables now to move
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inside the helmet. what this does, brian, it enables the head and the brain to move in the same direction as opposed to with the helmet. >> this is something that could help from pop warner to the pros. you've got 12 nfl quarterbacks using this, and now in the whole rams team is using this? >> they're using unequal on their body and some of the quarterbacks are using this in their helmets. we just rolled this out into some of the nhl and x games. >> it's not just solid kevlar. it's a sandwich. >> this is the same thing you'd find on a battle field. here's what it's all about. custom concealed protection fortified with kevlar. we take where there's normally a bullet proof vest. >> this is your vest. >> this is our vest. we replace worthless nylon with what we call armor skin. this reduces the amount of a trauma dramatically to a soldier and law enforcement's body. >> by the way, this is in some nato troops. it's so light, it's unbelievable. i want t you to hear what joe
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anywanamath said last night. >> we're not overstating it. we've advanced much faster or further than we had. science has advanced more. there was a time you weren't even allowed to have drinking water on the practice field or football field. the body is not designed for the sport. the knees aren't supposed to bend sideways. the head is not supposed to get jarred and the brain is not supposed to bounce off things. i don't know. we're on the right track in trying to avoid that kind of contact more and more. >> that's what he's worried about. i looked at the 1970s helmet they had at the nfl experience. there's almost nothing in there. in the big picture, how close are you to convincing the nfl to put kevlar in the helmets. >> in a recent press conference, roger go goodell announced it's being strongly considered throughout the entire nfl. we were just one of a few companies that were invited to submit leg protection and we're now invited to one of their
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private views for the athletic directors. what i'm most excited about is the do rag that goes on the head so the athletes can now wear it on their head and still have that unequal protection. paul said you've got to armor up for battle. that's what we're all about. >> we'll see where it goes. there's no hot ter thing right now than keeping kids protected. the president of the united states said if i had a son, i don't know if i would do it. maybe with this you can. thanks for making the trip. back to you guys in studio as we wrap it up from the superdome. >> good stuff, brian. thank you. 9:42. government regulations killing the fishing business. up next, we'll meet a commercial fisherman who will soon be feeling the impact. then, how can you forget little d.a.r.t. vade darth vaidt year's super bowl? we're here to break down the ads that work. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics...
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so nice to see you here at "fox & friends". quarter till the hour. government regulations are sinking profits for new england fishermen with huge cut backs on cod catches including a 77 77% reduction in the gulf of maine and a 61% reduction in georgia's bays. many fisheries may not be able to stay afloat. joining us is one of the many that will be impacted. dave is a commercial fisherman and a member of the new england fishery council. good morning and thanks for joining us. >> good morning. nice to be here. >> you're telling me that you essential could go out of business because of the regulations just put into place. >>place. >> yes. this comes on top of numerous other regulations that have been put into effect in the last 30 years. as an example, i believe i'll
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probably be able to fish about three days in total for the entire year. >> well, and for a lot of us who like to eat the fish and we don't know a whole lot about the fishing industry, you say you actually can't catch some of these fish without catching other fish. explain kind of how the process works and where all the red tape is coming from. >> okay. well, these fish are what's called a multi-species complex which means there's a number of different species that swim together. ones people are most familiar with are cod, haddock, and various kinds of flounders. you get an individual allocation of each species. when you catch the one for which you have the least amount, you're done for the year, so not only was the cod cut by 77%, but the haddock was cut by about the same. the flounder was cut by numbers on the order of 50%. there's really going to be very little you're allowed to bring in. >> so what's going to happen for your industry, for you personally? i mean, how many days a year
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will you be able to cast your nets out? >> well, as i said, i think right now my projection, because i haven't seen the actual numbers for my vessel yet, is on the order of three days. >> three days out of 365 days. >> that's correct. >> so how does that make you feel with the government stepping in time and time and time again? >> well, i mean, it's certainly creating anger on the par of the fishing community for a number of reasons. one is we don't see the starks as being in that bad of shape. second of all, there's something called the biological reference points which are basically the targets you have to get to, and we feel those have been set for a cold water regime and we're currently in a warm water regime where our productivity is much less, and when the council, at least some members of the council asked to have that asked, that really hasn't been done. so we think the targets that we're trying to reach are unrealistic at the moment. >> well, dave, i've gotta play devil's advocate for a moment.
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we worry about mother earth and we want to make sure we're being environmentally friendly. do you at least see the argument from the flip side? >> oh, absolutely. i mean, i always say if there's no fish, there will be no fisherman, but there there are r ways to deal with this. there are ways that we could keep these small boats people such as myself a float, catching relatively small amounts of fish, but we didn't have the time to explore any of those options, so basically this is a one size fits all management policy that's put into effect with devastating consequences for some people and not so much for others. >> dave, we have to leave it there. thank you so much for your time. i understand you're just looking for a comroms on this. have a great day. 9:49 is the time. will super model sexy super bowl ad be a turn off. >> there's the sexy side represented by bar, and the site
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all right. welcome back. on super bowl sunday, sometimes what you see between plays can be just as entertaining, so what are the rules for the most successful super bowl ads of all
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time? >> we're breaking it down. frank, let's get into it.umber >> you want to be different. you want to show -- you want to be unexpected, and in all the super bowl ads, the best ones are ones that deliver a punch that you're simply notcting, sok at the first one. this is for a car ad, and most car ads don't work. this one did. ♪ >> it's great. >> i would arc with that because i remember the commercial but i forgot which car company it was for. >> and that's fair, but you know, they did a study of it afterwards, and that car company, vw, more people identified that ad to that car company than any other super bowl ad that was run last year.
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in fact, it did work. >> we went out an bought a volkswagen as a result of that ad. we bought a jetta. no joke. your second rule, frank, let the last three -- the last three second rule. what do you mean by that? >> it means that if you don't deliver some sort of punch, some sort of connection in the final three seconds, people will forget the ad. this ad for me personally is the most emotional that i have ever seen, and every time i watch it, it causes -- i can't even complete the sentence. i get very emotional. i say to the viewers this is one of the toughest ads ever aired in the super bowl, but you'll see why in the final three seconds. let's take a look. ♪ >> wow.
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>> effective. >> i'm talking to your camera man hollywood here, and i said to him, i still to this point, every time i see it, anheuser busch did such a good job of paying respect to what happened on 9/11. >> without trying to oversell their product, of course. that's a very delicate balance there. now, i want to get into what's wrong. what not to do here, and your third rule here, don't divide the room. what do you mean here? >> 46% of super bowl viewers are women, and if you turn women off, man, you're going to make them angry. go daddy is one of the most controversial advertising companies. they're a great company, but their ads just really upset women. let's watch this. >> together, they're perfect. >> oh, boy. >> the super model and the nerd
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start making out. that divides the room. >> thanks a lot, frank. enjoy the super bowl. >> you got it. my pleasure. thank you. >> we leave them hanging with the last three seconds. we'll be right back. of greek y. of greek y. i'm tasting both the yogurt and the honey at the same time. i'm like digging this yogurt thing. i feel healthy. new honey bunches of oats greek. all right that's a fifth-floor probleok.. not in my house! ha ha ha! ha ha ha! no no no! not today! ha ha ha! ha ha ha! jimmy how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico?
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